The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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ON STARCH PLANT submitted by the Senior Class for NIGHT IN FELDA school economics here instructor was called in to the her home high BY S I I C DIRECTOR

1 the Senior Play, "Aunt Abby An- in Kathleen Monday night by the
swers An Ad," which was given at death of our father, C. B. Galloway,
Ground has been broken by at The first of three political ralliesto 52, who was killed when his light Thruman Sensing, director of research -
the Recreation Center Qn March 31.
.a least two contractors for buildings be held within eight days in Hen- truck went out of control and overturned for the Southern States In-

,' other Proceeds from advertising were i on the Polk City road. dustrial council said Tuesday in
I. in the new starch plant and '
$75.00, from sale of adult tickets Galloway was engaged in grove Tampa
. ahead with that the Florida in-
' contractors are going sugar
", $139.72 and from matinee tickets at Felda in the school house. work and had lived in Polk'' Countyfor
other phases of the work indicating dustry, centered in Clewiston, shouldbe
$49.96 for a total of $264.68. Ex- The Hendry county democratic forty years. Survivors includehis
that very Soon there will be plenty committee is in charge of the rallies, widow, Mrs.. Hazel Galloway, given every opportunity to develop. -
totalled $75.27 and .
of evidence that the starch plant is penses govern- which are being given for the pur- five daughters, Geraldine, Maxine, .
ment tax amounted 'to, $20.60 mak- pose of presenting county candidatesto Billie Jean and Mrs. C. F. Day of "If
,r rapidly becoming a reality instead sugar can be made in Florida
ing a net of? $168.81.American ., : the people. Kathleen and Esther of Clewiston; Cheaper than "
the .can in Cuba
} of a dream. It is expected that or
Mrs. Margaret Reeves and H. N. two brothers and four' sisters. I Puerto Rico "
,;./ plant will be completed by early fall. I Sensing said, "the industry -
Taylor, Felda committee members,
Chalker and Lund, general con- Legion I should be allowed to go ahead
will arrange the program for tomorrow with
tractors, and McDonald Enginefing ,Dr. Lott SpeakerAt its expansion plans. It is

ul Company, contractors on special Elects Officers night. County candidateswill economically unsound to deny any
S be given first opportunity to Kiwanis
concrete structures have broken MeetingOn section of the world the development
At April MeetingAt speak and afterwards state office o'f its "
ground this week on certain build- "
seekers. if present, will invited Wednesday NiteDr.
: '
ins.i Sensing in Tampa
on a goodwilltour
to make brief talks.
Maule Industries has set up a the April meeting of the Clew- will of, the state for the council, said
concrete batch plant on Track No. iston American Legion Post No. 93 Everyone be welcome. W. L. Lott, soil analysist for ; there is every evidence that the
The next rally is scheduled to be
:; 3 near the sugar house ready to at the Inn on Tuesday night of last 'the United States Sugar Corporation I south 'which has made rapid strides
held next Friday, April 21, i'p.. ,
m. '
supply the mass of concrete neededin week new officers were named to at Clewiston schoolhouse was guest speaker at' the weekly industrially during the war, will re
the construction work., serve for the coming, year. auditor- eeting of the Kiwanis Club at the tain a greater proportion of that
ium, while the third and last will
Murphy Construction Company is R. N. Miller of LaBelle who has Wednesday evening and gave a 'growth than any other section.
be held at LaBelle the
moving in equipment preparatory, to served as Commander for the past most interesting talk on methods of '"Already," he
J added, "the
night, Saturday, April 29, in ele- country -
:, construction of the water pumping year was succeeded by F. E. Conk- mentary school auditorium. soil analysis and demonstration of is receiving many inquiries from
plant which will be located some ling and each of the other officerswas the spectograph which is used by industries in other sections regard-

four miles out in Lake Okeechobee stepped up one place: J.M.. the corporation in this work Ing the use of warplants in the

at the end Lof the big pipeline which Couse becomes Vice-Commander; JUNIORS ARE HOSTS Dr. Lott explained that the spe<*to- south after the war. Unfortunately -

=% ,; is now being laid. Kenneth Rogers, Adjutant; Otis graph could be used to make we are not yet in'' a position to

Work 'is expected to move very Jones, Historian and N. V. S. Mum- analyses which spot troubles in give them much information, since

z {;I' rapidly from now on and the plant ford, Chaplain. Mr. Miller becomes AT BANQUET FOR the cane stalks as well as in the the government has not said what it

= ,. site will present an everchangingppearance the new Sergeant-at-arms and will soils. He said that, there were intends to do with those plants."

,:.;, ';:\ from week to week as be assisted by G. B. Thomas. roughly 15 elements present in the Sensing told of a :visit made to the

t...'? the ,summer progresses. The Post announced the purchaseof SENIORS SATURDAYThe soils and that ordinarily there wasa sugar refineries' in Clewiston, and

a dozen flags to be presented to deficiency in much soils of copper, the evidence; that sugar can be pro- .
the Clewiston school which will zinc and manganese.In duced
Training of AAF pro- here cheaper than it can be
vide a flag for each room. The annual Junior-Senior banquetwill his demonstration of the spec- imported, and spoke of the progress

Cadets At Riddle P.-T. A. plans to furnish materials be held tomorrow (Saturday) tograph he showed ,how the sample .in the manufacture of starch and

,which the agriculture classes may night at the Recreation Center. of .soil or cane is heated until it other by-products in this area.

Field SuspendedThe use to build. stands for these flags. The Juniors are planning a pro- throws off a multi-colored light and "The south wants

Similar flags will be presented gram which they promise will beve'ry these colors show the presence or and desires no sympathy
no, subsidy in reaching
training' a small number of shortly to the LaBelle school and it interesting but are very secretive absence of the elements. Copper its industrial goal," he said. "The

: American Air Force cadets at Riddle had been planned to do the same for as to just what these plans are. gave off a green light. sodium a industrial development here is beginning

Field here..with the' Royal Air Force the Moore Haven school until it ,was ; Fr. T. J. Geary, pastor'-'of St. lIargaret's yellow light, etc.. to accelerate, and even this-
learned that each room of th'e school ] Catholic Church, will make
cadets which has been the custom The speaker also described the generation will most likely see the
the: principal address Sherwood .
since the arrival of Course 12 on there already had flags. laboratory' set-up and explained south come ,into its own." '
> Nov. 11, 1942, in which were seventeen A committee composed of Ken- Hall, president.of' theJunior Class, that a special room is set aside for He said *

. ) _.4AF cadets, has been suspended neth Rogers, chairman, W. C. Owen, will give.'a toast' to)the Seniors and use 'of. the spectograph.. Much tim, lem and ,aim that will the post-war prob-

,(', .and the ?Jas \'liich arrived! Thursdayof : -' E.*!1L\ Ccrrne.ter-a.'isd' F. E. Conkling the response will be,:by: ':Mauryna he saicf| is""saved in-.its 'iise over the to war-time be that of holdingon
j : was appmiinteQ.to' look into the mat- Prewitt, president ofthe Senior gains, and expressedthe
thisarweel. 'was composed en chemical method ''of analyses form- belief! that ,
?, English cadets. ter ,of obtaining suitable lot witha Class. erly used. \ the goal will be
: tirely of achieved
.., One reason 'given foe this suspension view to erecting a Legion clubhouse The dinner will be Served by a
In response 'to a question from a
here when possible. committee of ladies headed ,by Mrs. --_-
of AAF training at the schoolhere
-t member Dr. Lott said that
1\I.! L. Pape.Following. I
Mrs. Ward is
is that the RAF training school tables on the muck contained an
at Ponca City,' Okla., has been closed Respite of Fathers the banquet there will abundance 'water because of the
be a public dance, beginning at ten Elected PresidentParentTeachers
and the cadets who normally large amounts of nitrogen present ,
o'clock and lasting until two. Everyone :
From Draft Ended -
would have gone to that school are in the soil.Another. '
is cordially invited ,and to Ass'n.The .
urged '
other schoolsso
divided up'among __
being .I attend. guest a't the meeting r

that it is necessary that the full The directive issued from State was, Leon Stetson, publisher of a
of students at each school Parent-Teachers Association
quota' Jae Selective Service headquarters and Hollywood paper. ..n n4 11 f...n..1".. :_..L ___ _. _._ .L_ _.. 1
given to permit accommodation of received' here the first of last week Senator Pepper .LLH'Jvuuay 1115,111 aua eJectea: ann

this extra number. which gave several fathers 'who had installed ,new officers to'serve dur-
I C. W. New
Was Speaker Here Lindsey ing the
There are still two courses .at already '. passed preinduction physicals coming school term.
+ Riddle Field containing Americancadets New officers elected were: Mrs.A. .
hope that they might escape Commander At Field
Saturday MorningFlorida's
and these'vill complete their induction for; a considerable time, O. Ward, President; MrS. E. C. w

training. was rescinded before' the end of last Mills, Vice-President; Mrs. W. C.
Officers at the field were unableto week and unless some new order Junior' Senator, Claude Wing Commander C. W. Lindsey: Owen. Treasurer and Mrs. C. E. a

; ; say just what effect this would makes additional changes the in- Pepper, brought his campaign for rived here last week, ,..to act 35 Gericke, Secretary. Acting as installing !

have on the AAF office personnel at duction program will revert to exactly re-election to Clewiston on Saturday.. commanding officer at Riddle Field, officer was Mrs. F. E. Conk-

the field but it was felt to be fairly the same as it has been in the morning of'last week, speaking to succeeding WIC| A. A. de Gruytherwho ling, retiring president. \
certain that there would he some a fair-sized crowd near the Seminole. has served in that capacity for Following the installation Mrs. '

-, curtailment of this force if not com past.This program provides! for the Senator Pepper first defended' his the past several months. Conklingpresented each of the new f

plete discontinuance. drafting of available men 'under position in working for the North WC| Lindsey has served for\sever- officers with a corsage and made avery I'

. twenty-six first, non-fathers second Florida canal, stating that the idea al years with the RAF a part of the nice talk in which she expressed ;

. ) Lex Green To Speak and fathers third. Since the list of of a ship canal there had been dis- 'time in operational flying. Althoughhe her appreciation for cooperation t'

those under twenty-six and the non- continued sand that present efforts, modestly disclaims any unusual during the past year. This was re-

':. Saturday Afternoon fathers has apparently 'been exhausted were to secure a barge canal of accomplishments friends at the field sponded to by Mrs. Ward who pledged ?

i .long- since, it is quite., likely that twelve-foot depth which he was state that he has several medals for her best efforts toward making the ,
rat least of those who seeking in connection with a state- outstanding service to his credit. new one a successful P.-T. A. year :.
; Congressman Lex Green regarded some passed
He has a wife and two daughterswho and asked the
wide canals
their pre-induction physicals in system of and was assured support of every member -
as one of the leading 'gubernatorial remained behind in 'Belfast., in
March and the first of April will be that the Fort Myers-Stuart carrying out plans for the
candidates, will bring his called upon for induction in May. waterway would ,also, be deepenedto I' WC| de Gruyther and his wife left year.A.
campaign to Clewiston tomorrow twelve feet after the war.. Clewiston immediately upon Commander i discussion of a proposed lunchroom

,. and will speak here at 2:30 in The Senator then told 'of his efforts Lindsey's arrival and it is I I for the school next year was :
i' the afternoon. Plane Crash Held in Washington to protect the expected that shortly they will re= held but no definite action was taken

Although the Congressman has Not Pilot's Fault interests of the cattleman and the turn to England.Democratic. pending an investigation of available

been a figure on politics of Florida grower and to try and keep ceiling funds.

I for, a number of years this is his prices high enough so that fair Committee Among the aims of the organiza-.

. ,; first speaking appearance' in Glades (Moore Haven Democrat) profits could be 'made. tion for the new year will be a mem-

County and there will be many While there was little opportunity He spoke of his fight to create Adds 2 New Members bership drive which will take in

voters who will wish to avail them- for investigators to determine the sugar'' cooperatives in the Florida -- every possible parent of school pu-

selves of this opportunity to hear exact reason for the fatal plane Everglades an Border to prevent I The county democratic committee pils as well as those who have no

him. ;crash which caused the death of the monopoly by one. corporation, indicated I Saturday night accepted the resignation children in school but have definite

pilot, Capt. H. L. Hardy of Moore that everything was in order of Mrs. Ruth E. DeLaney ,as interests in the school's welfare. A

,, Girl Scouts Have ,Haven, his commanding officer Col. for establishing the first cooperative -:I member of district No. 3, and voted very active organization is hopedfor

rd ,Manning of Hunter Field and five mill at LaBelle and expressed I to recommend Mrs. 'Sylvia M, Hill and every effort will be made

Hike and SwimGirl (Continued on Page 8) a conviction that others would be to take her place. Mrs. DeLaneyhas that the P.-T. A. can make to make
---- established in the lake area, at :Moore been in ill health for some time. the Clewiston school accredited for

Scouts of the, NEW TEACHKB Haven and other points. At the same time, the committee the coming year.
Lone Wolf Patrol -
: Speaking in defense of his legis- recommended appointment of Mrs.
with their leader, Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. M. i\I. Baylor has hired
been lative record and denouncing what Anna B. Nail and W. II. Adams of TAKES :MASONIC: DEGREE
Rogers, met at the school house, by the County School Board to he termed the "mud slinging and Hooker's Point to represent on the

Wednesday afternoon at four and complete the term as Fourth Grade smear methods of his opponents, committee the newly created pre- Ed Collier of- the Clewis ton Motor
: : hiked to a point about two and a 1
in the Clewiston school.
Senator Pepper declared "What those cinct No.6. Company was given his Master Mason's -
half miles down the levee for a Mrs. Baylor succeeds Mrs :E.: H. gentlemen really want is to send Mrs. DeLaney was vice-chairman Degree at the regular meetingof

swim and picnic supper, returning Holstine who left the first of this some one to represent Florida in the I and this vacancy will be filled by Moore Haven Lodge No. 61 at
l'' home about seven o'clock. "II week to join her husband Call
in senate whp, while nominally demo- evening.
'' a Mrs. Margaret Reeves of Felda, who Moore Haven Thursday
Those enjoying the trip were: fornia.} ... crat, is' at heart a republican" was unanimously elected. The meeting was attended by one
Harriet "
4'' Alston, Pat
Bailey-Carliue .
----'- -
---- He declared he had become a loyal l .. of the largest crowds in ;recent
s1. : Berner, Jo Anne -Crouch, Mary CADET KILLED -
supporter of Roosevelt months including a large group from
x Davidson, Betty Lou Eraric.h, June __,
.. I-- when the President was fighting to feat of the axis. Clewiston and Masons from Okee-
... Espenlaub, Shirley:;*:"jKrueger; Edith Sgt. A. T. "Tony"Farthing, a "lead the people out of the bondageof "I have been called a yes man chobee Pahokee and other lodgesin

Long, Shirley Owen; Louise Prewitt, member of Course 12 at Riddle the depression" and that he has and a rubber stamp," he said, but I the lake area.Refreshments ..
Carolyn Robison, Mary LouiseThomas Field was killed somewhere in Eng remained loyal him in '
; to his conduct have never voted for President were served by a
Grace Ward, Ann Winney, land on Dec. 30 it was reported lastweek of the nation's great activities Roosevelt have voted with him group of ladies at the Woman's Club

Jean Bartz, 'Laura' Owen and.. Mr 9. in "Fly-Paper" 'publication for in war production and in his leader- for the people and the nation." He Building during a recess in the

;r'. Rogers. the Riddle Fields ship toward achieving complete de- (Continued on page 7, Sec 2)) meeting.
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Job Confronts G R pOR Before paper TV sheet:clear of

W EA ON Etch 'dt..y I sit
r t.xd
Democratic Leaders
g%ze 't..nd Z.ze.,

Washington, D. C. The first time Sinatra came to And think I m- .y write.
a H'wood he suits. This here '
FARMS FOR VETERANSAfter brought three a. thought
time he arrived with 18 What!
Publicist Porter Must
Chairman Hannegan To
all the talk about helping matte me F'rnous
Only three changes a day? ..
Rebuild Party Machine; Answer GOP rifice those on who the are war making fronts the and big giving sac Spencer Tracy has beaten the gas &Il my d't..vs.

them reestablish shortage with a surrey Sign ina IAWf.
an opportunity to
Attacks on Bureaucracy. p,* jewelry shop window in Hollywoodover
; themselves when they come ,
newly appointed war liquidator Will ( the wedding ring tray): "Is -,
the feeling nuptial?" Since there
Clayton is fighting 1 hard against the
i By BAUKHAGE veterans. were no signs of their publishers
Commentator.WNU (Scribner's) throwing a cocktail pod-
New Analyst and The issue came up when broad- .
in honor debut novel-
dy of their as
gauged War Food Administrator
Service, Union Trust Building, r j Jim Farley took over a pretty Marvin Jones backed a proposal to ists, Kyle Crichton and Robert WNU Features.

Washington, D. C. well running machine built up by take all the and ,navy camps Glassner chucked one for their pub-
will burst- Raskob. Farley did a splendid job army lishers on March 6. The title of the
Bombs one day cease purchased during the war and turn
ing, ships will sail the seas undis- of keeping it spinning until 1936. It them into farm developments for new book is "The Proud People" !
and cities will was a hundred-per-cent-Roosevelt- Both Garbo, who will never die as a CLASSIFIEDI
turbed by torpedoes, veterans after the armistice. .
for-President machine that far. favorite over at our house, was
no longer be levelled, but politics Marvin Jones and Franklin W. Han-
Then Farley got other ideas-one, warned by a Hollywood paragrapherto
knows no armistice.The cock, farm security administratorand DEPARTMENT]!
political forces are already that two terms was enough for former from watch her step "My dear
bar- Roosevelt, and the other was that congressman man," she said, "orchids never end
laying down their preliminary North Carolina, are urging the idea.
the it would be Farley. in PLANTS
next term, up gutters. t
rages. They argue that, with military housing -
Two weeks ago, I reported a visitto The machine changed to a one- already in these areas, they will Sweet Potato Plants now ready. Nancyi
man dog which; for four years, Brawls between the White House Halls 500-S1.40.
Republican headquarters up on be ideally suited for getting war- 1000250. 5000 and over
Connecticut avenue and I attemptedto would only come when its master torn veterans back'to the land and a and Congress aren't anything new .2.40 1000-per S3, 5000 thousand.and over Porto S2.75 Ricos per 500 thousand.-$1.65.

outline the job that Chairman of spoke and its master was Farley. normal farm life of benefit both to Almost every President has Safe: arrival guaranteed. '
After the historic split, it fell apart ADAMS PLANT CO.. SHARON. TENN.PHOTOGRAPHY .
the Republican National committee, themselves and the nation. gone through the Congressional

Harrison Spangler, has laid out for except as the states kept their seg- But Will Clayton, until recently wringer When, frinstance, Cool-
ments intact.So idge's inner circle told him that
himself. right-hand man to Jesse Jones and
Since then, I have been admittedinto all Mr. Hannegan has to do is the biggest cotton broker in the the legislators were after his scalp, FOR

the front lines in the Demo- to put it together again if he can world, argues that the land shouldbe Coolidge gazed through the White SERVICE FAST write ROLL for FILM safety DEVELOPING film mailer.:'

cratic sector and now that I am find all the parts. sold, with the former owners get- House windows and calmly an- ABBEY Three 5x7 STUDIOS from photo SI.00. .
That is the first job far the St. Louis 3-C. Mo.
back safe in limb and, I hope, soundin as as ting first crack at it. While 'Mar- swered: "Well, I see the Washington -

mind, I shall attempt to report Democratic offensive goes.. vin Jones and Hancock don't'oppose monument is still there."
As to the defense they feel they
the strategy that Field Marshal : the theory of letting former owners
already have clear pictureof I
a pretty
Hannegan's cohorts seem to be em- buy the land back, they point out
Novelette Berlin arrived SMOKING
the Republican war plans as revealed : Irving Cigarettes. Cigars, or"using
ploying. Democratic Chairman Han- in activities to date. that in actual practice. the former the other day from England with Internally.tobacco Anti-Tobacco in any form. Formula Nothing taken 25c.

negan is a young man, who has They point to the campaign that owners will not have the money, so messages for kin and loved ones of 11. J. Darnell, 730 Hays, Jackson Tenn.
served in the ranks and worked his won the Republicans another seat that the land would go to' the big members of "This Is the Army."
from ward politics to City land syndicates and insurance com-
way up in the House of Representativesfrom Berlin phoned parents, wives, sweet- Birds in Flight
Chairman for St. Louis whence he panies thus the
increasing concen-
hearts and and tookdown
the first Congressional districtof pals, Herons fly with their necks
leapt to the national chairmanship.Just tration of farms into big estates.
to to the in his
Colorado. The Democratic candi- messages relay doubled .up, cranes with necks
to give you a little of the date was a young war hero. His show now abroad. He made several' stretched out.
atmosphere in which the Democratic Republican businessman. SKILLED WORKERS hundred calls.
opponent was a
word Inside fact about the hot debate on
GHQ operates, let me say a
He had a very simple line The most touching: Two soldiers
deferring industrial workers is that
about a gathering held recently in of attack. He hammered bureauc- gave him the same name of "the & VEGETABLE
the Mayflower Hotel (which also the President first signed an order "
he the ills of
racy, placed present only girl in the world.
houses the Democratic headquarters for their-nondeferment without even
the the headof
community squarely
consulting his War Manpower Com- Laxative : I
) just a few blocks down Con- the rationing
necticut avenue from the old residence -I for instance. missioner Paul McNutt, or his Di- Broadway.Rembrandt.: The wise- For Headache

that the GOP has: taken over. I rector of Selective Service General guys are still talking about it breath- w Sour Stomach

This gathering was the occasionof The OPA Fight 'Hershey, lor the head of his WarMobilizatIon lessly. A drunk wobbled into one '' ii and Dizzy

the retirement of Charley Michelson The Democrats say this pattern- board, Justice, Jimmie of the saloons, clutching fistfuls of a Spells when
and the assumption of his dutiesas damning the administration's ad- Byrnes. $20 bills. He went to the bar and ''' caused by Con

Number One publicity man for ministering-has been revealed in What happened was that the war yelled: "Fill 'em 'up. Everybodydrink stipation. Use

the Democratic committee by tall congress too. The fight over the department sold him on the idea, !" r only 15 doses as directed.for I
OPA is a current example. Minority and he okayed it without consulting For a gag one of the wisenheimersasked
and personable Paul :Porter, who only 10 cents.POWDER .
said he felt as if somebody had put Leader.Joe Martin announced at the McNutt, Byrnes, Hershey or even him if he had two 20s for a

him down in Carnegie Hall, handed beginning that nobody wanted to do Donald Nelson, responsible for in- ,ten. I
him Kriesler's violin and said: away with price regulation but that dustrial output. When they heard "Sure, sure!" he' yelled back. t,

"Now play." present regulation must be im- about it, they 'rushed to the White "Anybody else want two 20s for a

That was a pat remark. We all proved. What the Democrats expectis I House and persuaded the Presidentto 10? I can'keep this up all night.
that the will his order. But I I'll break !"
know Charley Michelson. We all Republicans drag reverse warn you, you
know Porter, who has been around out the hearings as'long as possible, : Then ensued a tug-of-war between That kept up for half an hour, and How Oyster Feeds

Washington in one important job or parade what they call "a chamberof the army on one side and Donald finally, out of 20s, he staggered into An oyster pumps more than 15

another ever since the New Deal horrors" before the people, at- I Nelson, rubber czar Bradley Deweyet the night. He kept his word, too. gallons of water through its shell I
tempting to associate all the irrita- I al, on the other. From this came His 20s were counterfeit. daily.SKIN'.
began dealing. And we know the ,
: tions, limitations and restrictions the compromise to permit defer-
typewriter of Charley Michelson is
which are annoying the public, on ment of essential workers over 25, ,
as hard for anyone but its possessorto Ringside Seat: Robert Sherrod, IRRITATIONS OF ,
the administration.There .
and deferment of
permit only 40,000
play upon as Kreisler's fiddle whose new book, "Tarawa," is a EXTERNAL CAUSE
are, other obstacles whichare skilled war workers in the 18 to 26
would be. However, when I was up click already, says the Pacific war Acne pimples factory dermatitis
a product of the time which the bracket. eczema *
at Democratic headquarters a few Democrats have to meet. They are age e was nearly two years old and he ,simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum ,I
days later, there was Charley apparently realistic about them. had seen much of it elsewhere whenwe bumps (blackheads), and ugly broken-
STORY FROM TARAWA out skin. Millions relieve itching burn-
such aid and invaded On the
giving Tarawa. trans-
com- One is,,the fourth term, of course. Latest story from Tarawa is about ing and soreness of these miseries with
fort and encouragement as mightbe I That may partially be offset by the Lieut. Gen. Howand ("HowlingMad" port a youthful lieutenant asked simple homo treatment. Goes to work at (,
needed from the wings. "don't horses in the middleof :, Sherrod why he hadn't written a once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic
change ) Smith.
way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas
One thing that makes it hard for stream" which is book. He said he was waiting fora
a argument Just before the marines landed, a directed. lOc, 25c. 50c sizes. 25 years'
the Democrats is that the Republicans counted upon to influence a great shell struck a building near the wa real story. success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin

are in a position to lift their number of people who think it mightbe ter's edge, and a white cloud arose On the first day on the Tarawa 'cleansing Black and is good White soap.Skin Soap Enjoy daily.Paste famous .-

copyright.As disastrous to shift leadership, from the ruins. Actually, it was a beach, where our troops held only a 1\

one Democrat explained it to whether you like it or not. while cloud of Jap undershirts. When the 20-foot beachhead, charges of dyna-

me, it is like this: the war is going on. marines landed, they discovered that mite were flung into a Jap pillbox.

"Nobody will have a chance to do Another situation which the Demo- the building had been a Jap quarter- The officer turned to Sherrod,

the job that Charley Michelson did crats face and about which there is master supply depot, and Jap underwear grinned and asked: "Will this one .ttA'fSIIf

for jus from 1922 on until the elec- little or nothing to do is the great was blown all over the place. do?"

tion of FDR The trouble'is the migration of voters who have failedto After the bloody taking of the FLEAS

Republicans are in a position to use establish residence in their new beachhead, many Leathernecks discarded Norma Shearer is expected! to resume CARRY 7: piSEASETNAr ., ...

his theme song adapted, of course, homes or who are in the armed their grimy uniforms and put her screen career in the role SPREA D

to suit their needs. forces and will not be able to vote. on clean Jap 'underwear, as- well as of Katy (the mother) in "Tree Kill'EMwit

"They have already started to do As one Democrat put it to me: "We sections of Jap uniforms found Grows in Brooklyn" Franz Wer-

to the administration just what know we are going to suffer more around the destroyed building. fel, author of "Song of Bernadette"after

Michelson did to Hoover. They have than the Republicans from this While this quick-changing was under ( two heart attacks), is able to

started to attack the war agenciesand change of residence business. It way, General Howland Smith leave his bed for two hours daily 35t AT DRUGGISTS _r0R Orean

all of.the administration depart- isn't the man and woman who livesin ordered the American flag raised on Maureen O'Hara and her groom

ments and activities, exposing every a Park Avenue penthouse who a pole nailed to the top of a palm expect another image in June 7 Miles Up and Down

blunder, playing up failures and moves to San Diego to work in an tree. G-Man Hoover has commended the New York's Empire State build-

trying to show that everything the airplane plant; it is the hill billy who "Get a bugler out here to blow alertness of Mexican officials, who ing has seven miles of elevator

people think are burdens and annoy- ; has voted Democratic all his life colors," commanded Smith. last week captured four escaped shafts. \

ances can be traced directly to the who moves to a war boom town and Next moment, he was amazed to German war prisoners and deported

administration."And forgets to register." behold a young marine bugler them back across the border .

you know," this wise old standing at attention in the clearingand Of about 300,000 investigations by

veteran added, "what you write and Campaign Weapons"And dressed from head to foot in a the FBI (for draft violations, etc.) MEXSANA

I : say about how bad the other guy is ," he added, "it is the soldierson Jap uniform. The general emitteda more than 140,000 men are now SOOTHING MEDICATED POWDER

makes a lot better reading than of families which have been re- roar that shook the island.In available for military service.

what you say about how good you electing Roosevelt who isn't goingto the confusion that followed, the G-Men also got 7,700 convictions for

think YOU are." get his ballot in from Kwajaleinatoll bugler literally dove into the ranksof violators. WNU-7

That is one obstacle Chairman or Middlesex-on-sticks, Wangle- his buddies. He emerged in jig-

Hannegan is up against although the shire, Hereford, England." time, reattired in a marine uniform. Quotation Marksmanship: Walter
real responsibility falls on the shoul- Here are two main dishes the Lippmann: The writers who have 1544''J

ders of Michelson's successor, Paul Democrats probably will offer the ALASKAN REPORT nothing to say are the ones you can

Porter, and they are broad shoulders voter! Young Representative Warren buy; the others have too high a

with a very good newspaper The first, I have already men- Magnuson of Washington, recently price James J. Walker: A reformer :
head between them. tioned. Don't change horses Help Them Cleanse the Blood
returned from an inspection tour of is a guy who rides througha ',
of Wasto
But Hannegan has another, bigger The second can be encompassed in our Aleutian and Alaskan bases for sewer in a glass bottom boat IlarmfuJ Body

problem. It is a job for a master one word-work! You can call it the house naval affairs committee, Ben Hecht: He ate like a man witha waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filtering But

mechanic. It is a repair job on the security, or any other name that is making a report to the committee stowaway under his vest kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
I r: not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
Democratic machine which is smells as sweet. But the Democratscount which will recommend: Mark Twain: 'It ain't so much the impurities that, if retained may

euphemistically designated in the on the fact that the average That the present system of rotating things people don't know that makes body poison machinery.Symptoms the system. and upset the whole

." language of party politics as the "or- American fears another depression, men in isolated areas, such as trouble in this world, as it is the may be nagging backacbe.

ganization." or at least temporary unemployment -I Alaska and the Aleutians, be things that people know ain't so persistent headache attacks swelling.of dizziness.puffiness
getting up
Broken Machine when the boys come home. changed from 18 months to one year, B. Kay: He beat a hasty retreat under the eyes-a feeling of nervous

I The argument is, "They (the Demo- provided that transportation facili- like a Congressman screaming: "I anxiety Other and signs loss of kidney of pep or and bladder strength.disorder -

Hannegan is a young, energetic, crats) did it before, they can do it ties are available to bring them was misquoted" Hildegarde are sometimes burning. scanty or

open-faced Irishman, and it is a good again '. the Republicans broughtyou back to the United States for a rest. Schine: Little forget-me-nots lookedup too There frequent should urination.be doubt that prompt --4

I thing he is young and energetic and panic, the New Deal got you Magnuson will reiterate the importance and laughed Mary Roberts treatment is wiser no than neglect. Use
because he has Doan Pill. Doan't have been winning
optimistic had to through it.
of the North Pacific fron- Rinehart: Gnawing on her grievance new friends for more than forty years.
start his job of organization at Circumstances alter the best laid tier as a "prong" in the war like a dog on a bone F. They have a nation-wide reputation-

l scratch. Anyone at Democratic plans of mice, men and national against Japan, will stress the im- Gasner: A deep kiss, ,up to the country Are recommended over. Ait by your grateful ntighbortDifficult people the

I headquarters will admit that. committees, but that seems to be portance of keeping our forces in the heart M. Bonnston: No words

i I The reason is revealed in this sim- what they are shouting at along Aleutian area fresh and ready for could translate the thoughts in her /

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' <. : SUNDAY Lesson

.J By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Pans in,, which milk has been Old horseshoes, filed to wedge
Of The Bible Institute of
Moody Chicago.
. ..; Released by Western Newspaper Union. heated arc cleaned easier, if they shaped points on one end and
are rinsed before and after using, drilled, and bolted to your ladder.

: in cold water. make sturdy hooks for use on the
(, Lesson .for April 23 roof ridge.

: Don't throw out old, stiff paintbrushes *

Lesson subjects and Scrlptuie texts se- ; instead, place them in a Keeping shoes polished keeps
copyrighted by internationalCouncil
I i C c' N7YMn M=afa} N.., lected agfdR Education; used by can with enough vinegar to cover, the. leather pliable and preserve
permission. and boil for 15 minutes. it.

;J Yt ,c J ;3.4/ If the radiator fins ,on your car Tin cooking utensils should bQ

' \ TEXT: Acts 13:1-4; 14820. or tractor get bent, try straightening thoroughly dried after washing, to
1! : !< .. ; I GOLDEN TEXT: The Holy Spirit said. them with a common table avoid rusting. Do not try to remove *
: ( Separate me, Barnabas: and Saul for the fork, the, prongs of which have the heat discoloration bee

4 .' work 13:2. whereunto I have called them.-Acts been cut down'to about onefourthinch cause blackened tin heats quickei

length. I than shiny tin.
:. ww: Men are' God's instruments for accomplishing -
.,.;..(! His purpose in spreading -

: the gospel message. They must, ENDS 5-YEAR SIEGE
" \ for such a high and holy calling, be ti

:j j'j. men called and prepared by Him, I (I OF
faithful to 'Him, and willing to sac- Ott' !

rifice all for His glory Paul is a 1

great example of such a life. He
wasI. I "Now as Regular as Anyone!"

"' 1..1 Separated by' the Church (13: Says H. C. Durand

1-3). 731
] God was about to begin the great Here's a sincere, unsolicited letter -

missionary enterprise, which opened ? every disappointed"doser"will
with the journeys of Paul and con- want to read:
"I'm 82 old. and have been
tinues to this day. The church at over years 5 years, going as much constipated as-
'I Antioch had capable men in its 0''k. 5 days without a movement. Pills and
laxatives would relieve me only for the
'Ij membership, and the Holy Spirit c day I took them. Next day I'd be as badas
called for the separation of two of ever. Then I tried KELLOGG'S ALL-
BRAN. Am now on my second box. and a*
these, Paul and Barnabas, for a regular as anyone could want, thanks to
Salads Make Menus Sparkle! special work. regular use of your wonderful productt"Iilr.11.
j : C. Durand 221 N. Columbus Ave..
"' : ,(See Recipes Below) A number of interesting things Freeport, Long Island. N. Y.
"'" Sounds like "magic," doesn'tit
'" emerge here. It is good to note that
Salad Ensembles the church had men trained and ? Yet, KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu really can and does at
ready for service. Do we? get a com-
The the weather the mon cause of constipationlackof
warmer ,
Observe that the Holy Spirit certain dietary "cellulosic"
more popular the salad becomes as
a luncheon main- Salmon Cutlets Egg Sauce worked through the church. There t< elements! That's because it is one
'Garden Salad are those who do not speak too high- of Nature's most effective sourcesof
stay. Salads can
Peas with Onions ly of the place of the church in this these elements-which help the
; be made from friendly colonic flora fluff and
matter. Certainly it is true that if up
Caramel Rolls
<, fruit or fish, fowlor Spread prepare the colonic wastes for easy,
the church had lost its vision and
vegetablesorfrom Citrus Chiffon Pie I natural elimination. KELLOGG'SALLBRAN
message, God may call men even is
combinations 'Recipe Given not a purgative IDoesn't
of of outside of its membership. But the o work by "sweepingout"I
'cN these classes as orderly way-and God's way, if the It is simply a gentleacting"regu-.....
the foods Combine ingredients. When readyto church is ready-is to have the lating" food!
long as i
serve, toss with French dressing. church separate men for service. If your constipation is of thistypeeatKELLOGG'SALLBRAN
c go together. Jellied Chicken Salad.
R If you want to give your salads a (Serves 6) The church at Antioch gave its or several ALL-BRAN muffins

more than average nutritional boost 3 cups cooked, diced chicken best, without question and without daily. Drink plenty of water. See if

plus distinction serve them with a 1/ cups chicken broth hesitation. It is'an example worthyof you don't find welcome relief! Insist .

cream cheese dressing. Then, if 1 tablespoon gelatin our emulation. A DELIGHT to any dainty lass on genuine ALL-BRAN, made '.

company drops in, you will not have cup'cold water, II. Sent by the Holy Spirit (13:4)). is this beruffled pinafore em- only by Kellogg's in Battle Creek.MOROllNE.

to make apologies for what you're 1 teaspoon- lemon juice There is a sense in which the,Holy oroidered with swimming ducks or

serving. For, vegetables, use chive 1A teaspoon- salt Spirit functions as the executive darling cubs. You may use these "FOR"CHAFESX*

' cream cheese blended with mayonnaise Vv cup peas member of the Trinity. His,purpose exciting motifs on other garments,
-a 6-ounce wedge with 4 table- MayonnaiseHeatwellseasoned is to magnify the 'name of the Lord too. All simple stitchery. AND \

spoons of mayonnaise is,a good pro- chicken broth. Jesus Christ, to bring men to .faithin r, 5 SCR APES\ PETROLEUM JELLY* HfAstTlMfSASMUCHfO *

portion. Add gelatin, soaked in water, chicken Him. To .carry out that plan, He,
.' Pattern 731'contains transfer pattern.
'cr Fruit, salads ue. good with the lemon-juice, onion salt',and peas. sends men out to speak' Jesus. 12 motifs ranging from ,34 by 1ft Inches
pimiento' "cream cheese *dressing Mold in cups";rubbed slightly with The'sent one is always,successful, ;0 6 by 9'i; inches: complete directions. Speaker Can't,Speak ,

blended ,withrrfayonnaise.: Fish salads l olive oil and ,allow to chill until for he goes ,the- way, 'at the time, Sixteen .cents in. coins *brings you' this The speaker of the British ,houseof

are best with the relish cream'cheese. firm. Serve with mayonnaise on and in the power' of the,Holy Spirit.To jattern.;> commons is not permitted to
Use 6 ounces blended with crisp lettuce leaves. Clusters of be sent by ':Him is the mark of Send your order to: make a speech on any subject. ,_
4 tablespoons of mayonnaise.Save distinction the Christian work-
grapes make an attractive, garnish. upon ,
Used Fats Save Used Fats Sewing, Circle Needlecraft Dept. AT FIRST
er.III. 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, IlL :
Deed and Word
Serving by
Salads can be light or hearty, Egg Salad Mold. $ _g
(14:8-18). Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
depending on their ingredients. (Serves G) cover cost of mailing), .for Pattern IGNOFAO'" .
The story of the healing of the
Savory Salad. 2 teaspoons unflavored gelatin man who had been a cripple from No............... :
(Serves 6 to 8) 4 cold water
cup birth centers around that beautiful Name ............................... 666
: V/> cups macaroni 1 cup mayonnaise or salad dressing USE
leftover ham 4 i hard-cooked word "faith." Address ............................. '
Vi cup or sausage eggs, shredded
God is alway? looking for faith in
Y cup chopped sweet pickle vs cup diced celery
{' Yi cup finely diced celery 2 tablespoons diced green pepper men. and women, and so we who

1 tablespoon chopped green pepper 2 tablespoons pickle relish serve Him should learn to be alert ri (,.,',?e1,t,.'1;yn NriX MYw fwN/n'.:!Cauv9 y M+A.wy.+Ma.M..nwAVP.RY.wv aririwn, ryvx! Z
2 cups chopped apple 1 L tablespoon diced pimiento for even the slightest indication ofa

3 tablespoons minced pimiento 1 L tablespoon lemon juice belief in Christ. All too often we

2 tablespoons chopped parsley teaspoon salt blunder along, a bit too eager for
't' 2 tablespoons grated onion Soften gi atin in cold water for 5 action, or too insistent upon a thing "DADD,

;,r y\ cup thinly sliced carrots minutes. Heat over boiling water being done in just our way, and AS
1 cup salted peanuts until gelatin is thus fail to see the gleam of faithto

*' % cup mayonnaise dissolved Cool. which we may appeal. TODAY .
Cook macaroni in boiling salted When thickened, "Seeing that he had faith" (v. 9), va

c c' water until tender. Drain. Cool. add remaining in Paul turned all the power of the

Combine with remaining' ingredi gredients. Pour eternal God loose in the impotent "

;, ents. Add mayonnaise and mix well. ( into individual feet of the man, "find he leaped up

t' Chill. Serve in lettuce cups gar- I molds or 'one and walked, God help us to be
nished with radish slices. large mold and ready to be channels for the outflow-

chill. Serve with ing of His power!
Save Used Paul "
''. JGr.NtLitlMNWNtvfJ\'W('A'7v.G'r+rtA
additional mayonnaise and garnish Impressed by.the miracle, the ;
As fresh as spring and just as en- with endive and carrot curls. people wanted to accord the disciples -

y' chanting is'Garden this lighter Salad.salad: Save Used Fats! the worship of gods. One is impressed i

(Serves 6)) If the salad ,is as good as its both by the promptness with
dressing, you will be able to use which Paul and Barnabas stoppedthe :
head lettuce
.2 1 or Chinese
these suggestions: demonstration and the skill with

S 1 1 bunch onion, chicory grated Salad Bowl Dressing: Combine 2 which they improved the occasionfor 4 r .. -

,, J\ 1 bunch radishes tablespoons tarragon vinegar, 1h a testimony for Christ! ;

3 tomatoes, sliced teaspoon salt, Vz teaspoon paprika, a The servants of Christ are in far --

: ,: 3 carrots, grated dash of pepper, 1 to 2 drops liquid greater danger when men speak
1 cucumber, chopped garlic and a dash of sugar. Mix until well of them and would worship

2 hard-cooked eggs blended and then pour in 1 cup them, than they are in the hour of : SDRETDNE
salad oil and Vz teaspoon gum arabicor opposition, and persecution. 6 i

gum tragacanth (obtainable at a IV. Suffering for Christ's Sake
I druggist's, usually). Shake MANY MEN 'arc persecuted by soothes fasf within "
or beat (14:19, 20)). lumbago other nagging muscle !
Lynn Says or
well and chill before
The highest praise quickly turns to '
pains-especially after exposure to ,
Pretty, Pretty: All foods nor Combine Peanut the Butter following French J/4 Dressing: the most bitter hatred. Finding that cold or dampness.If every sufferer C 0 LD II EAT 7
matter how simple : cup pea they had foolishly attempted to deify could only know about SORETONE ,1
can be made
nut oil, lk cup salad oil, % two Jewish and ,
more appetizing by cup pure preachers, being Liniment! In addition to methyl i
garnishes. And remember attractive cider vinegar, % teaspoon salt, 1 visited by the Jews' who made it salicylate: most effective pain- ACTD 0 N
to eat teaspoon sugar, and Vz their Paul this
the garnishes, for in most casesthey're teaspoon business to pursue to relieving agent.:: Soretone acts like j
nutritious paprika. Beat thoroughly until city, they stoned him. cold heat to speed relief:- 1
as as they are blended. This is good for simple I Paul was left for dead; in fact, cases of
beautiful. This is especially true 1. Quickly: Soretone acts to enhance
in the case of eggs. green salads. there are those who believe that he local circulation MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
l Sour Cream Dressing: Mix togeth was dead, and that it was at this
y Sieve hard-cooked yolks over er 1 teaspoon dry mustard, 1 tea- time he was caught up into the heav- muscular cramps. OR BACKACHE

top of creamed soups. Cut hard spoon salt, 2 teaspoons flour, 2 tea- ens and had the vision spoken of in 3. Help reduce local swelling. due to fatigue or exposure

cooked egg whites into attractive spoons sugar and a dash of cayenne. II Corinthians 12:1-4. If that was 4. Dilate surface capillary blood PAINS
> shapes for bouillon or consomme. Blend together 1 vessels. .
yolk beaten
the case, the raising of Paul was an
k Baked custard can be cut into 1 tablespoon oil and % cup vinegarand actual resurrection from the dead. For fastest action, let dry, rub in due to coldsagain.

Y attractive shapes for clear soups. stir gradually into dry ingredi- For a man so stoned as to be left .There's only one Soretone- h' SORE MUSCLES

"' Make the custard using meat ents. Cook in top of double boiler for dead, to arise and journey on insist on it for Soretone results. due' to overwork.

,t stock or bouillon cubes. until thick, remove from heat, then the following day to another city, 50*. Big bottle, only $1.

Daisy garnishes for vegetables cool. Before serving, fold in Vz cup was a miracle of God's power.In MINOR SPRAINS

'4, are very effective. Cut whites of sour, cream. this case, God delivered, His __
-, I r eggs lengthwise into five or more Get the servant, not from his troubles, but
most from !
your meat Get
1 petals using a sharp knife, cut- meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Chambers your through them. We must not always S I S :+ ,*Though applied cold rubafaclcnt .
ting from larger end to within Vz to be saved from trial but =w.. InuredlenU Jn Sorer -
by ivrtling to her In care of Western expect tone let like heat to Inereue
1 I inch of the smaller end. Open Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplainet we can be sure that God will deliverus :::------- the blood luperflclal la the area and supply Indue of
g petals, remove yolks and fill cen- Street,Chicago 6,III. Please send a stamped, either "out of" or "in" our trou- 'ancllJlcKesson makes it" (lowing fciu of varmlb.
ter of petals with sieved egg yolk. self-addressed envelope for your reply. bles. Let us trust Him! ,
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FOUR __ .' ,,_ _..___ .--_" \ THE CLEWISTON NEWS # FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1944:

The Clewiston News I Until the United States Sugar Corporation -:

began operations there, the I i ,
/lower peninsula's contribution to j I II /

Published every Friclov in Clewiston, the State's economy was hardly i I
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I more than that of small farming in
Inc. II I a haphazard fashion, frequently J,I .
I threatened by; inundation. i z'ae
I ,
Entered as second class mall matter However, drainage and the abun-1| $
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In u _.
Clewiston Florida, under. the Act of I dant fertility of the Everglades soil i
March 3, 1897.CARR I,has begun to win for this area a +j'
!place in the economic sun. The ,

SETTLE, Publisher achievements of the Sugar Corporation .
I have pointed the way to multifarious FLORIDA ,
Year utilization of ,its unique
Subscription Kntc 2.50 Per
I blessings. I '
..Advertising Haton On Application. Yet, almost at the outset of the ,?
Everglades attaining prominence as -
an agricultural heaven, .the bless '
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -
I ,
ing of drainage threatens to becomea
of Clewiston and Hen<'1ry
County.I 1I 1 curse of over-drainage. At least,
I that is the contention'of ClarenceR. "

Bitting, president of the Sugar I ,.,,.r. !'(r .:
I Corporation. And, he backs his ;
up j ,. ,' '
NATIONAL EDITORIAL contention with good arguments. .-.- .. ,

," .ASSOCIATION Visiting with a, group of Tampa j
business men on Tuesday, Mr.
Q ./Itun/kt- ting, told them it is-time to ( Dit-//
;halt to "ill-considered

[that threatens to dry out the E'er-I
|glades soils and subject them to the I II ii :- '
MEET THE EDITOR dangers of fires which destroy soil I >
'- I values.

With this issue of the News you I Without specifically citing the ac-
i complishments of his corporation os
acquire a new editor and say farewell -
Justification for intensive efforts
so far as the paper is concerned I jto coordinate drainage programs of a

to Mr. and Mrs. Bowden who .( the area. it is apparent from the cor

have served you so long and so poration's successful undertakingsthat
the potentialities of the Ever-
faithfully. I I
glades are tremendous. It holds open
While our name is a new one on
wide vistas for the cattle-raising industry -
the masthead, our connection with i' agriculture and industrial

the News is by no means just beginning |I projects which can profit off the
for we benefit ,by a part/ by-products of agriculture.
time connection over a period of years I Florida is essentially an agricul- _.

while working for the Bowdens. And I tural 'state and, likewise, is chal- ,.:;
during that time, ended just a year lenging Texas for the leading position ", '.;l -"
ago, we came to know a great manyof in cattle-raising. Both fieldsof .',H'
you and to make a number of : endeavor contribute substantiallyto '/
friends in Clewiston who will be of the well-being of any state and i' .' '
'f :" .,: :
infinite value now as we undertake I are of national importance. Flor- ,' : : .

the much more responsible job of ida cannot afford to sacrifice eitherof ), .
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management. them I ;' ..,'
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Taking: over during; the progress- Mr. Bitting's remarks concerningthe I : /.'

of a, political campaign has certain problems of indiscriminate drainage youngest generation is hard to the Florida State Board of Edu-. :,-
disadvantages for the greater part 'in the Everglades are arrest- at its-wartime job of learning to be cation. '

of our time at present must be takenup ing and should engage the full at- good and useful citizens. We've all ""A We of the Florida Motor Lines take, '
in trying to keep track of this tention of Floridians. His visit
come to,think of a good education for the same pride as all other Floridians
unusual rush of business. We hope i Tampa was stimulating and a decided ;.,
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children the natural birthright in State's educational achieve-
our as our
that in a short time we'll be able to I eyeopener.Book .
of Americans-but building ments. We know that our own ;
meet a great many of the newer young up organ- .
administering a school as ization is aiding the school ":
Clewiston residents and will do our system system \ .,
best to give you the kind of a news- _Reviews fine as Florida's is a gigantic task. both with tax support and .transportation '
paper Clewiston is entitled to have. Hundreds of thousands of students service. Those of us whose children -
After ten years' association with New. books in Clewiston Public Li- ,', are enrolled each year in Florida's are benefiting directly from the
brary-reviewed. Mrs. W. Dean
Mr. and Mrs. Bowden, it will not King, chairmanf by. schools and colleges. There are 2,949 splendid schooling afforded them feel r
seem natural for a long time that 4I primary and secondary'schools and 13 doubly proud. I' '

they should be away from the pa- THE SIGNPOST colleges and universities. The 'range In wartime even more than in peacetime ," :
per. The association we have had I studies from the that draw all '
runs kindergarten things us together :,. :
By Arnot Robertson
with them has been always a pleasant I' I games through the three "R's" to the that unify our efforts, that 'r:, \
Here is a tender and moving love
and feel that we join :
one we
most advanced scientific and sociological make,us good neighbors in every sense, .1 ;
readers in being glad that they will! story of a convalescent RAF pilot I t;,.;,
continue to be residents of Clewis- .]i and a young French woman whomhe research. Thousands of teachers are,the things that count most heavily. ..' \
are devoting their lives to this workBoth good education and good transportation ; ;
ton and in wishing them luck in meets on the boat en route to
any new enterprise in which they I Ireland, where he plans to spend and to them goes much of the credit have decisive parts to play: 7. ", .
engage. .the rest of his sick leave. It is also for its success, as well as to the administrators in shaping the present as well as the \ ;
may j'
i the story of the Donegal village of : : of each institution, to future of Florida in the post-war:;. ;! '.

A :NEW DANGER, THREATENS I Kildooey.As ., ;: \ local and county, school boards, and world. ,r'J7_ :"
EVERGLADES AGRICULTURE the plot unfolds, it becomes )" ',

I evident that there are two forces I ..' ,;., ;,:>, -:;:.., GIVE YOUR BLOOD TO THE LOCAL BLOOD BANK ::;:!'J, .:
(From Tampa Times) at work, curing Tom Fairburn of >i- "
The Florida Everglades, treated I the neurotic fear which has lingeredin : ':,::':', : MILLER'S DRUG STORE }1-'
t. ;
as a red-headed stepchild in Flor- his tortured mind\long after the '- : ; Canal Point Florida .. "
ida's economic picture until recent healing of his wound: love for this )''t i War ENort I "'

years, faces a new danger unless I beautiful and obviously\ unhappy '

statewide interest is kindled to pro woman who has so miraculously'' en- t, ,;: .oibI'MoToRbNpp :
tered his life, and
tect this potential agricultural em-
rr3S =ff> *igfK _
' pire. with the small affairs of the villagers. I J = aBaar

',. To, the layman, the Evergladesover I I .
Y.At:7M"yCC 'MY.A1l4{ MyWjVMYSV :'MSS:. .Wx
g14.S v ;;MN AN
; the has remained a The Signpost is exciting in its I
I years I ...va4A0.uv..wtc..a'.arrivnmrrr.2.,Kramxn.H.AaS.un_
1- swampy reg'ion of questionable value. I (Continued on Page 8) I I

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; I SUGAR The Energy Food, The Vital! War Food: '!

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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1941 ,

fair treatment to all at all times. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Miss Marianne Jones is spending G. A. at the church' Wednesday, Thank you. I' DISTRICT '(O. 3

from Florida p. m.Sunbeams .
'a four-day holiday Women in Tallahassee at the Church Thursday (Paid Political Advertl ement.) This is to announce that I am in the

: : [[ Personals ] State College with her for parents, Mr. and' 3:30 p. m. FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER NO. 2! \ race trict for No.3 County, LaBelle Commission', subject: \ to or Dis-the

I', Jones. This leave followed wishes of the voters of H-iudty countyas
"Mrs. 0 C A. I expressed in the May 2. primary
: a three-week quarantine fort, Influenza I wish to announce that I am a. i am a lifetime resident of this section
i candidate for reelection to the office and deeply interested in its welfareand
at the state school. FOR SALE-5 of of county Commissioner of DistrictNo. I development. To this end, if elected -
I rooms 2, cast LaBelle, subject to the will I will give the, best service of which
! Mrs. P. M. McIntyre ,spent the of the voters of Hendry county in the I am capable. Your vote and supportwill
Mr., and Mrs. Harry re- at L. Members of the county Thank,
week-end in Miami. furniture. Inquire :May 2 primary. be greatly appreciated..
-.M I
;' turned over, the week-end to their board saw fit to make me chair- you.
when I first elected four R. -VVALDRON..
man was
,.:": E. C. Minnum of Belle Glade was home in New York City after several B. Hamilton's Store in years ago, and' again two years ago,,_,i (Paid Political Ad"ertlseinent.),
at the Inn. Mr.: Neiman is headof an honor which I deeply appreciated j
a business visitor here Tuesday. days Beach Florida.I Since I have been 'n oTfice I UAL
; the Sea Island Mills, large textile Bear tried to serve my district and the I
'. sponsoring a county at large to the best of my abil- FOR SHERIFFI
W. C. Owen is a business visitorin ,manufacturers, now Mrs. W. C. Cox; Clewis- ity. This I will continue to do, if re-- i
and Jacksonville for ramie development near Moore Ha- elected. Thevote and support of th-:
Tallahassee people of the county will be ap-. I wish to announce that I am a can-
several days this week. ,Ven. ton, Fla. Itp.1 : preciated.. Thank you. didate for reelection to the office of
Sheriff of Hendry county at the primary -
J. O. DAVIDSON.Paid i election in May I :we tried to
Prewitt-McGehee ( Palitical Advertisement. ) conduct the office in a manner to justify -
Crochet and I
.' Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
i another term and I will api'
Sharon were ': week-end visitors, in .- FOR SALE Household FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: !i ate your vote am suppa.t.I .
West Palni Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Maury
j -- I I (Paid Political Advertisement.) '
Prewittare furniture including liv-
.> Woodward This is to announce that I am a I -
Mr. and Mrs., V. C. announcing the engagementof candidate for reelection to the officeof i '

were in Miami one day last week on their daughter ing room suite, breakfast County Commissioner of DistrictNo. .I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
3, west LaBelle.In the past I have' DISTRICT NO. 5
business. Margaret Mauryneto devoted myself to working for the best
!: set', radio and other interests of my district and the coun- I hereby announce to the voters of
whole. I am rounding out my I Hendry countythat I am .k candidatefor
ty as a
1 Mr. and Mrs. M. M Prewitt were i C-P James Augustus McGehee items. See L. L. Lang- second term. In asking for reelection the office of County Commissioner

in Tampa for several. days last weekon I the wedding to take place in early for the privilege of serving another of District No.. 5. Fclda. subject to the
term, my only pledge is to continueto democratic primary in May. I am
business. June don Riddle-McKay Duplex give honest and efficient service. serving the xmexpired tei m of my

.. .. .. /. I Your vote and support' will be appreciated predecessor, Jim Maddox, who resigned;
Thank you.GEORGE. and am trying to make the county a
'! Mrs. F. Deane Duff is spending GARDEN, CLUB MEETING 420, Clewiston. It 1 L. POOLE. good commissioner. In asking to be

-: this week with her mother, Mrs: I<\. \T LIIJRAKY THURSDAY (Paid Political Advertisement.) elected the best to service the office possible, I promise to Felda to give and

r: -.: Edward Bryant, in Palm Beach. I the county as a whole, just as I ana-
Announcement is made this week ', FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I doing this term. I will be grateful for
LOST 2 brown 'and DISTRICT NO. 3 your vote and support. Thank you.
: Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark that the regular meeting of the .\TOWNSEND..

: '. are visiting today in West Palm Garden Club will I be held next white female pointer To the Voters of Hendry County: I (Paid Political Advertisement.)

.," Beach. Thursday afternoon, April 27, at- ,date wish for to County announce Commissioner that I am a for candi-Dis-

,. -; I If hree: o'clock at the Library.Mrs. puppies. Reward. W. trict No. 3. I have been a resident of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
.' Carter have Rackstraw has chargef this section for 31 years. and am very NO. 1
: Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. B. affairs. In
in county
t :',,,,: returned home from a vacation visit a very interesting program and a R. Moore, phone 160-W, much asking for your vote and support, I I' This will announce my candidacyfor
' ');. \ of members is de- promise, if elected to give to my dis- re-election to the office of county
$ .' in Virginia.Laura full' attendance 46. Jt. trict and county at large the best commissioner district number 1, sub-
'. 1.\,, ,: -' ired.; or .. service of which I am capable.. Most ject to the :May primaries. I am concluding -
-' : sincerely, my second term in this capacity -
f/: Ann O"ens'and: 11auryne'I '. PAUL O'BANNON. and invite a careful inspection
Prewitt spent the week-end in West DAUGHTER, BORX (Paid Political Advertisement.) of my record as your commissioner-
;:< for this time.
; :, Palm Beach. NOTICE Your vote and sunnort 'will be. a npr ,-
,f' ;t.ed.V
," Dana Sue was bornto FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
daughter ,
A ,
I(_ :. E.. E. Gross spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs Ronald Chapmanat Thompson Motor: Parts ( Political Advertisement.)
t with Mrs. Gross in West Palm the Clewiston Hospital Saturday H. G. Atchley/ candidate. Your

t .:." Beach. morning. The young lady weighed will be closed all day poit preciated. in the and first if primary honored will with be s'uP-1

J: .
; and quarter pounds.. nomination and election, I pledge to FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
: even a I
I :\ : I Monday, May 8th, and administer the duties of this office in I
i : Mrs. Harley Case and Mrs. N. V. a. fair, impartial and businf' s-1ilce This is to announce that I am seek-
PETERS HAS favor. Thank- ing the office of County Superintendent -
BARBARA manner, without fear or I
I ;": S. Mumford were visitors in West until-noon Tuesday, May ing you in advance for your active of Public Instruction subject to
ARTY OX BIRTHDAY f the wishes of the voters in the May
this week. and vote. -
;:. : Palm Beach one day f 9th and after May 1 15th support Sincerely, primary. If -elected, I will work fqr
S ,: I of
: H. G. ATCHLEY. the best interests ,of the schools
Mrs. Earl Peters entertained with Paid Political Advertisement.) Hendry county and in every way pos-
Miss Ann Slonaker underwent an will be closed Saturday ( sible endeavor to justify the confi-
. appendectomy at Clewiston. Hospital a party at her home Friday to_ celebrate FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT dence you place in me. I will deeply

:' the seventh birthday of her 5-5 NO. 4 appreciate your vote and support.
, on Monday of last week. 'afternoons. Thank
daughter, Barbara. you.MRS.
\> ,
I wish to announce that I am a can-
Games'and contests were enjoyed I Advertisement)
Paid Political :
Winter' Haven i for County Commissioner for (
j ; Sam R. Tilford of : didate
: 'afternoon and refreshments to the
during the District No. 4, Denaud, subject 1
was here on business the first of the with decision of the voters in the May pri-
of cake and ice cream
FOR SALE: Two single maries. I have lived in Hendry county FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
1 i week. pink and white mints were served. for 49 years and am interested in its DISTRICT NO. .DENAUDI
:: ___ assisted 'Mrs See progress and welfare, and, if elected I
Mrs. Martin Peers beds complete.. or
efforts to serving
will devote my best
entered the 1 wish to to the voters or
Mrs. Leon Bembry Peters in entertaining and serving the best interests of the county and announce
;. Clewiston Hospital; on Tuesday of I Those enjoying the party were call Mrs. Robert George. its people. HARVEY S. DYESS. Hendry reelection county to that the I office am a-of County

this week for a tonsillectomy. Sue Andrews ) Commissioner of district No. 4,. which.
Shirley Marshall, Betty (Paid Palitical Advertisement first
j I 4-15-21 1 is Fort Denaud. I am serving my
t Y Dale and Norma Perry, Sally! term in office and can honestly say

Woodruff who underwent and ,Mary Jean FOR SHERIFFI that during this time I. have done my'.
4 Mrs Jno. Camack, Wayne best to familiarize myself with the affairs

L. an appendectomy two. weeks King, Judy Curtner, Richard Chandler hereby announce myself as a can- : of my district and the county as

,1 today is recuperating nicely and Bethia 11uellerVanda Bern-: didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen- a whole to the end that I might be-
ago Florida. Having served as able to give an efficient as well as con-
a' leaves the hospital tomorrow. bry, Jerry Bolton Alfred Meador,, Justice dry County of ,the Peace for a number of scientious administration.. In, askingfor
Margery Brown, Tommy and Geor- years, I feel that I am fully qualifiedand another term, I pledge my
of holding and conductingthe in. a continuance of same
Mrs. Flora Miller left Wednesdayto geann Suggs, Nancy 'Moon, Tommy affairs capable of this most important office policy. Your vote and support in thE

spend the remainder of the week and Buddy ''Porter, Charlotte Krueger in an efficient, economical and :Map primary, will be appreciated.EVERS.
business-like manner.'I A. J.
in Ocala visiting her parents, Mr. ; Rose and Lorraine Dunaway have been a resident of Hendry (Paid Political Advertisement.).

and Mrs. M. J. Timmons. Beverly and Ronald Egley, Macl< FOR COUNTY JUDGE County for 21 years and feel problems.that I !
and Barbara. know the people and their :
Cumberland --
If elected, I shall endeavor to. give FOR COUNTY:: COMMISSIONER
-,-- This is to announce that I am. a can- wholehearted cooperation in 3
Eric them mj" DISTRICT NO.
Mrs. A. O. Howdeshell, son didate for County Judge of Hendry every respect. Your vote and support
of Moore Haven LEWISTON COMMUNITY 'to the will of the appreciated.
: and daughter County subject will be greatly, W. N. (Bill) Stagings announces hiss
I feel SMALL.
2 G. H.
in the May primary.
business visitors here CHURCH voters candidacy for the office of county
., were qualify )
experience Advertisement
; and Political
that my training (Paid commissioner for district 13o. 3, Hendryi
of the office and, .
Monday. me for the duties
County Florida. He has been a resident '
SUNDAY: i APRIL 22- 1944.-! if elected I will render' the best servicewithin of the. county since us creation,
and -
Lc' \ Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. my power. Your vote Thank support ) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER and is deeply interested in ifrs progress.
: Miss Lela Brannan who has been will be greatly appreciated. DISTRICT No. 2 He hopes to have the opportunityand
E.. Gericke, superintendent.. Classes of serving ,. and will,
you. pleasure
:<: ,,_ employed at the Seminole until recently ,- ROBERT KETRING.Paid _you his ability.He .
do it to the very o
position at the, for all ages.Morning'Worship. Political Advertisement) This advertisement is to announce vote and,
C! has accepted a ( for the office of will appreciate your .
11:00 that I am a candidate
a. m.
support in the May primary.
: Sugar Office. County Commissioner in District No.
;: : A nursery for young children is DISTRICT NO. 1 2, Hendry County, in the coming Dem- (Paid Political Advertisement.)

conducted by the Mothers' Club_ at FOR CONSTABLE, ocratic Primary. I am particularly -- .",
'< Emmett Duggar, a flight instructor qualified for this office since I am a }FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
I the Community Center. I wish to announce that I am a can- lawyer, a civil engineer, and, in addi-
: ,. at Riddle Field, has returned "Our Belief in the Holy Spirit" is'the didate for nomination to the office of tion, have served as a County Hendry Com- hereby announce my candidacy for

;;':' from a between-course vacation in i' theme' of the minister's sermon. Constable, district. number 1, Hendry missioner County. My and record Chairman in the for past will reelection to the office of County JudgE
county. of Hendry County subject to the demo-
: Virginia. Young People's meeting at 6:00p. I am a pioneer resident of the coun- stand up for itself. I promise the,same and cratic primary in May I have made
ty and am Interested in everythingthat efficient, competent, sincere effort to conduct the. alfaira
/ m., at the church for all young administration of coun- a
It : will advance its welfare. understanding of of the office in such a manner as to
;. Pte. Ruby C. Bourne of the British -, people of high school and junior Your support Jand vote in the :May ty affairs that I gave the people justify my request for another term,

;), Army Pay Office (A.T.S.) in high 'I primary will be appreciated. Hendry County before. vote and sup- and if reelected, will continue to give
: ages. WALTER CHRISTIAN.. I will appreciate your the same conscientious and efficient
Washington, D. C., spent this week'as Advertisement) Your and support will
';" You are cordially invited to worship (Paid Political port.Very service. vote
'.-.' the house guest of Dr. and llrJ.I'ir with' sincerely SELDEN, L. STEWART. be appreciated. Thank yo::.

-: i. ,' -.. B. A. Bourne. us.FIRST FOR CONSTABLE, DISTRICT NO. 1 I (Paid Political Announcement) Political R.: M.Advertisement.(BOB) HARRIS.)
: ...___.
.' BAPTIST' CHURCH candidate for reelection -; w -

>, Dwight Rogers of' Fort Lauder- II. C. Meador, Pastor --1 have to qualified the office as of constable for PO CLERIC OF,COURTI

I'ir dale, candidate for Congressman of District 1. FOR SHERIFFI
I have served four years as your wish to announce my candidacy'
:> the new .Sixth District, and Carlton Sunday School-9:45 a.. m. constable, and six years as deputy for the office of clerk of the circuit wish to announce that J am a can-
Montague of the Miami News were sheriff and city marshall In Clewiston.I court of Hendry county, subject to the didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen-
Morning: Worship--11:00 a. m. have worked: constantly to keep this May primary. "I have been a residentof dry county subject to the democratic
:{: -, yisitors in Clewiston Tuesday. Training Union-6:45 p. m. 'a clean law-abiding community andI Ilendcy county for sixteen years. If primary of May 9th. If elected, I will
;' want to continue' to keep it this way. elected! will, conduct the affairs of the conduct the office in an efficient and'
Evening 'Vorship-S p. m. Your vote and support will be ap- office in an efficient and businesslike business like manner to tho best interests -
':. Ward Stephenson representing Prayer Service Wednesday :0 0 preciated. manner. Your vote and support are of all. Your vote vid; support
.. nELL SR. .
r I. S. respectfully solicited.G. will be greatly appreciated.H.
: the sugar agency of the U. S. Department -
m. Advertisement)
p. (Paid Palitical B. RACKSTRAW. H. (MACK) McCALoj.
:, of Agricultur'is' a The ordinances of Baptism and of (Paid Political Advertisement.) (Paid Political Advertisement.)

;:. couple of weeks in Clewiston on the Lord's Supper will : be admin- FOR COUNTY 'COMMISSIONERDISTRICT --------..--

H: business. istered at ,the evening worship this ,No. 2

( Sunday. These, are two impressive my candidacyfor
I wish to
State Superintendent of Public In- ordinances and we invite everyone the office of. county commissIoner FUNNBGRAftl1 3 By Peters II

struction Colin English and 1\1. S. td come witness the ordinance of District No.Democratic 2. Hendry primaries County, sub"in I[ ToJa/s

'. ject to the _
Tallahassee visited here '
of '>
Hayes Baptism. May:
Monday in the interest of Mr. Eng The Quarterly Business meeting Your vote and support will be grea.tIy -

lish's campaign for reelection.Mrs. of the church will follow the even- appreciated. J, C. JACKMAN. ; i:! !
Advertisement.) .
ing worship this Sunday. Every (Paid Political j5irr': ;

V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Gene member of the church, is urged- to,be --- We don't need a referee
< when we work on your car
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Mrs.. I FOR SHERIFF
Powers, present. :fj t _
Charlotte Delaney and Mrs. E. C. The circles, of the W. M. S.. will 1'.... : : .\J' We KNOW HOW to fix

Wednesday at 3:30: as follows: I wish to 'announce my candidacy ... .. C ; it and do to quickly
Mills were in West Palm Beach meet on Tuesday for the office of Sheriff of Hendry t.: i .
attend price Lorene Tilford Circle at the subject to the Democratic: '-":<4 '
to an OPA The County r: : .,:fi1l'I' .. ;-t
: : :
May. ;
Legion Broderick. primaries in' >>:,:,>" "
meeting held at the home of Mrs. W. R. 1; :
+ panel The idea of being a candidate was \;;''HJ : ,\ : '
',s Hall.; \ The Kathleen Mallory Circle, placeto suggested by friends and is agreeable : .:. !N' y.rf": ,'' 'HENDRYCOUNTY
I believe that my acquaintance ;=+
to my desires. f : ; : .
p' announced.The j'
be its :
-.... with the county and

,,:.; ',-' : Mr. and ,Mrs. Vernon Bryant and midweek prayer service will. office.people qualify. me for this important :4-: ':',-:::>:o .;, 41 ,

," ; Miss Carolyn Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. be held at 8 p. m. This is an and important Your vote and support. will be ap .: .. .; ,1 .

'' Melvin Pape, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. service of the church Ireciated.HULI'ERT M. POLLARD. :{ ',: > : .>. MOTORS

t, Nail, Richard Pape and Mr. and Mrs. everyone will enjoy the fellow'ship.Come (Paid Political Advertisement.) L : ( :.:.: '/' ': if? 1

Everett from Clewiston Casper were who, among attended those funeral Choir bring practice your friends.Thursday eveningat CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT '.. ;;'}> 1!.'.;>:}i1i, ', ;.:t':!:, ,. 4::,; CLEti1T1ST0I''LOIIDA
services in Moore Haven Sun- 8 p. m. All those who helped in ;, '.V: iir>:' i ' that 1 am'.a : ,:, ,:' \ 'x&h ;;;;*
: Casper's brother-in-law, the choir during the revival'are urged This is to announce ;" Si v.auS4 ""
day for Mrs. : candidate for reelection1 to the officeof '.
Capt. Lawrence Hardy, who was to be present along with others Clerk of the Circuit Court subject to "Ah-h, dam! I don't need no Referee,,
their in :May.: In once more
contribute the primary
killed on Easter Sunday in a plane who are willing to asking the vote and support of the when fight Joe Lou" *
Hardy voice to help in the singing. Hendry county I offer the
: crash near Memphis. Capt. voters of ::
S. gained through years of ... -
Auxiliaries of the W. M. experience
athletic coach in the The of f
was a past service and a renewed pledge
'Moore' Haven school. will meet as follows: continued honesty, efficiency, and tho'sal"Qc


Gems of Thought *a BLACK JUT' z ;

NEVER to tire, never to grow n'J&se SOMBRERO 'b. r q j ,ZQO
;. ; to be patient, sympathetic **.
tender; to look for the fl ,$.zD.I ;
budding flower and the opening s W CLIFFORD KNIGHT SERVICE
It Is Now
heart; to hope always; like is Elsa Chatfield, Hollywood artist Is disinherited Lombardo's eyebrows lifted eloquently We set out to walk the comparatively Barber-Was your tie red when yoi
God, to love always-this by her Aunt Kitty, who died and he glanced at Rogers short distance down the nar- came in here?. _
duty.-H. F. Amiel. from an overdose of morphine. Hunt then at Doctor Cruz who were in- row twisting streets. Customer-No, it 'vasn't.
lIe that gets forgets, but he Rogers and Barry Madison, detectives, tent upon what Dwight was saying. Rogers' Barber-Gosh, I must have cut your
hand suddenly
solve what :was flung -
" on.-Italian jo to MazaUan Mexico, to throat.
wants thinks
that they believe to be Kitty Chatflcld's mur "When the gathering, broke up to out to stop me. Two figures were
Proverb. der. On arriving they find that Elsa'i go outside and look on at the dances idling under a street light a short Sign In
True Freedom is to share party had preceded them by plane. During which were the evening's entertain- distance from the end of the wharf; "Try a drugstore window
, All the chains our brothers wear a fiesta at the ranch of Sam Chat- ment, I was, 'I'm 'sure, the last to ,the; rays of the light shone down our cough medicine" ; you'Dnever
And, with heart and hand, to bo field (Elsa's father) James Chesebro Is leave this room. The quirt there"he Upon a battered guitar which brown get any better.
Earnest to make others free! murdered. Later while on a fishing trip indicated the whip on the ta fingers were idly strumming.
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL for marlin, Chatfield Is playing the Quite Peculiar
swordfish when his swivel chair breaks. ble-"interested me. I stopped to "Our two mariachis," I said. Bill-Do know -
lawful you
All ambitions arc except examine the carved knob. Someone
out, the marlin rushes him They observed
tie topples our approach and Mice"?
those which climb upwardon and drives his sword through his bod>. entered the room at the far end called out to us: "Buenas noches, Jill-Sure.
the miseries or credulities of Rogers gives a detailed account of the there." He nodded in that direction."It senores."
mankind.-Joseph Conrad. tragedy at sea to Lombardo, Mexican was a man-somebody dressedin Bill-You have some funny
Rogers returned their greeting. It : friends.
chief of police. white, like this man. A servant, ,
was not until then that I realized
I t thought I attention to ]
t ; paid no what had drawn his attention so
CHAPTER XV him. I put the whip down and went forcibly to them. We walked to
Pull the Trigger on out into the hall, thinking to go out them and halted. Rogers pointedto up You breathe Instantly freer as Just almost -
Lombardo by the front door. The rack therewith I the 2 drops Penetro Nose
"I'm sorry, Senor sombrero which Felipe, the
"Innards"WHEN its hats attracted I Drops open your cold-
lazy said Dwight in English. "We are many me."It's ,larger of the two, was wearing. UENs clogged nose to give
curious the little mental
late for the that searchedIn your head cold air.
reason we "Que
es esto? he asked.
Caution: Use only as
quirks we get. Ever' since I first :
vain for George Rumble: "Es un sombrero, senor," was the directed. 25c! ,2?':: times 1
Rumble that black felt
saw wearing
&3 much for EOc. Get
"He won't be hard to find, I reply. Fcnetro Nose Drops
sombrero I've had a curiosity to put
suggested. "He probably moved to "Yes, I know continued'in
the hat on. A woman could under- Rogers
another hotel. Spanish "but whose hat is it?"
I stand that impulse I suppose. AndRogers' ,
For a moment no one said any- "It is the hat of the gentlemanwho Injuries of Workers

thing, then Rogers turned to Lom- wears the fine clothes, senor," Injuries among industrial workers -

bardo. was the astonishing reply. have been found, in one recent

"This will interfere somewhatwith "That's what thought," said Rog- survey, to occur to various partsof

your plans this evening, senor. ers. "How do you happen to be the body in these relative frequencies -

But-perhaps we can go ahead with wearing it tonight?" / : hand 1,000, arm 340, leg
V those of us who are here. I'm readyto "I found it, senor." 311, head 279, eye 236 and foot 119.
be the first to put on the hat "
CONSTIPATION makes feel "Found it?
yon and walk to the room where Chese- SorJ
punk as the dickens brings on stomach "Oh, yes, senor. Come. I will
upset sour taste gassy discomfort take show the where
I findit
you spot
Dr.Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly There was a stir among us and this very" MRQUIC9LWF.
'pull the trigger en lazy "innards", and we prepared to take up where we morning.
feel bright and : Wonderingly fell in behind thetwC'
help you chipper again. we
had left, off the night Pedro fled."Where's .
DR.CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna ( boys who plunged into a dark Soothing Q A I 1/ET
laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep- the quirt? inquired passageway which, as we walked, I ANTISEPTIC W JPt 1. W &
gin to make it so easy to take. Rogers. discovered was leading us to the Used by thousands with satisfactory results
MANY DOCTORS pepsin preparationsin "Here," I said, picking it up from for 40 years-six: valuable ingredients. -
use water's edge underneath the wharf._ Get Carboil at drug stores or write
prescriptions to make the medicine more the table where it still lay besideElsa's We were stumbling along in the Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Teem.
palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure
hat. I
gave to Rogers.
gloom when Rogers took out
your laxative is contained Syrup Pepsin. a tiny
"And now we need Rumble's black
pocket to '
flashlight guide feet.
CALDWELL'S-the favoriteof our
millions for 50 years and feel that wholesome sombrero" ," I said, "but it's not "What is that?" asked Pancho, YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM v

relief from constipation.Even finicky here. the smaller, when the light cast its
children love it. "Won't another do Just as well?" feeble rays into the darkness."A HOI flASHESIt

CAUTION:Use only as directed. suggested Reed Barton. He and I flashlight, Pancho," replied

went out to the rack near the door. Rogers.. you suffer from hot flashes,

DR.C41DML'SSENNA There were several hats there; none "I have never seen one so small, weak, nervous, cranky feelings, area
as large, however, as Rumble's huge senor," the boy replied.A bit blue at times-due to the
black one. We settled upon one of few steps farther on and we peculiar to women-try"middle-age"Lydia period E..
lAXATIVECQHTAlNlD straw. The head size was small, came out upon the damp sand. Here Pin! 1am's Vegetable Compoundto

IN SYRUP PEPSIN so that it perched on top of Rogers: Felipe asserted was the spot wherehe relieve such symptoms. Taken

rather large head as he began a -i :; had found the black sombreri helps regularly build-Plnkham's resistance Compound

slow, measured stride down the dim the very spot, right on the sand beside such distress.up It helps nature against

".Cdmmonsense I I Says: passageway to the door of the room, this very piling. Also a fine stomachic tonic. Fol-
while Pedro from his station and the "Was it in the water, Felipe?" in- low label directions.

rest of us at vantage points lookedon. -.1 quired Rogers. LYDIA LPINKHAM'SSS

111111 .. Rogers opened the door and 1 "No sir, on the'' sand. The tide
disappeared within the room. A was out."

Relieves painanrJsoreneSsFor moment later".he emerged to learn ,.r "Had ,it been in the water? Wasit
the verdict which Pedro was quickto wet?"- r LI9hITEN.LI9hITEN. -
relief from the torture of simple .
"Yes I'think
pronounce. sir it had floatedon
Piles.PAZO ointment has been famousfor
more than thirty years. Here's why: "No sir; he is not the one," he iiiI III I --- Y' the water and been left by the TANNED5Jjfj r .
First.PAZO ointment soothes inflamed "
said his
teeth chattering. tide on the sand. r
Dr. FRED Palmer' Skin
and *
areas relieves pain itching. Second. hand
PAZO ointment lubricates hardened "Who's next?" inquired Rogers, suddenly was flung "H-m-m!" Rogers' voice was WMten.rllghtemondbrightene .
out to me. blotchy tanned-dark akin ,
stop rough
dried parts-helps prevent cracking and u
soreness. Third.PAZO ointment tends extending the hat and quirt.I tense. "I should like to have the (externally caused). Use 7 days c, .,<3'S'

lo reduce swelling and check bleeding. took the hat gingerly and set it so I lifted the, thing off the rack and sombrero, Felipe, to take with me." tae If not at drug latisSed itorea.MONEY FREE Sample.BACK .'azv', ,

Fourth ment's perforated it's easy Pile to use.Pipe PAZO makes oint application on top my head, although it was a tried it on. It was much lighter 'Yes, sir." The boy took it off Send Dept 3e U.postage Box 261. AtlantaGeorgia to GALENOL ', ;

simple thorough. Your doctorcan better fit for me than it had been for than I thought for. I took it off and gave it to Rogers. DR. FRED PALMER S ,
tell about PAZO ofatment.R1EOATIC
you Rogers. I grasped the quirt firmly after'' a moment and put it back on "I'll give you something." He SKIN WHITENER '

and with a slight sensation of cold the rack. fumbled in his pocket."I .

playing down my backbone I beganto "Now, then," he summed up, "I want nothing, sir; it is not my Flags Have Two Designs
who could have hat. It is the hat of your friend
walk along the passageway. saw somebody easily in the
Among flags
been this Pedro while I who wears the fine clothes. I could many
PAIN "Pedro! exclaimed Lombardo. man, was
world having a different design on
not find him today to give it backto
| "Speak! examining the quirt in the living of
each side the state ensigns
are ,
find net Diy-Get after It Now him.
SPOil/our My heart sank at the room. Whether or not he followedme and South
Don't C-2223 to relieve sound of thejefe's We walked back to Massachusetts, Oregon
the end of
pain of muscular rheumatism voice. to the living room door wherehe up Dakota.
and other rheumatic pains. Caution: "He is could have seen me trying on the wharf where we parted with the
Use only as directed. First bottle man, sir said Rumble's hat, I don't know. I be- pair. Rogers still fumbled in his
purchase price back if not satisfied. Pedro in a voice that was little more lieve that he did. So it is easy to pocket. Suddenly he held out the
tiDe and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. than a whisper. little flashlight."Let .
see how the man could have been
"You are sure" ? misled. He is mistaken in his identification me give you this," he said
"Yes, sir. ." "for taking care of the hat."

"You're next, Dwight, old man," "Pedro you have made a mis- With an exchange of buenas no- ,

,I said lightly, although my voice take," Lombardo said in Spanish, ches we separated, the boys lighting 0' O a 'titr

\ sounded strained and unnatural in turning belligerently upon the un- their way' up the street with the aid

i my 'own ears. He took them hesitantly -- happy pulque seller. of the newly acquired flashlight,

t. but before he could put on "No, sir; he is the man-" and we walking out upon the deserted hDON'T

t SCIENTISTS the hat, Margaret appeared at the "We go now," said Lombardo. wharf to the landing where

DECLARE THAT [.td end of the passageway. She halted "My humble apologies, senoras and the launch was waiting for us. LET

ONE PAIR,OF abruptly at,. sight of us. senores." We went silently down to the CONSTIPATIONSLOW

FLIES IN MAY The same hush descended uponus. Later on that evening Rogers andI launch. Arturo, loafing in. the seats,
There was the same suppressed stood on the Street of the High sprang up to help us. YOU UP
--o' r. 1 breathing as Dwight moved slowly Waves near the Belmar Hotel. Reed "Are we the last ones to go aboard e When bowels are sluggish and millions you
feel irritable, do
headachy as
and deliberately past the place Barton had stayed behind at the tonight, Arturo?" Rogers inquiredwith do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
where Pedro crouched in his con rancho to talk with Elsa. The oth- an effort at cheerfulness."Yes chewing-gum laxative. Simply 'chew

/111 cealment, and on down toward the ers had come down town. Margaretand sir; all are aboard now, except FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed
/ 1111 11111 door. Dwight went 'out to the yacht you two gentlemen. Mr. Nich- taking only in accordance with package
..- The sound of the jefe's voice star- saying that the launch would be ols say wait for you, and I wait.". turbed.directions Next-sleep morning without gentle being, thorough

IF tled Dwight. He turned about at at the wharf for us whenever we After some moments he stirred the relief, helping you feel swell again. Try

e::; ( \4 UNMOLESTEDBY the doorway and stood in an attitudeof wanted it. engine into life and then cast off. FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
1 inquiry. "Let's look about a bit," Rogers We moved slowly at first close and economical.A generous family supply

I 1I\\ c "Senorsaid Pedro hesitantly. said. "If Rumble is in town he'll be alongside the wharf, pulling away i costs only

FALL "What is it, Pedro?" demanded loafing on the streets or in the bars.It only a little from the darker shad- FEEN.A.Mlr

Lombardo sharply. shouldn't be hard to find him in ows. As we left the wharf's black
WOULD PRODUCE .s::" : "He is the man, sir." Mazatlan." edge and emerged into the area

191,000,000, ODD, 000 Margaret's fingers dug convulsively We went once more into the hotel illumined somewhat by the lights on

OFFSPRING Yw :::::;: into the flesh of my arm; she and, not finding him, came out the 'wharf above us, the launch ".,'

\,....- .,-V, caught her breath sharply. again. We walked to the plaza and struck something in the water and ',..-1
Vy W.r.IALooT- .. Elsa joined us as we entered the around it. The evening throng was careened slightly. -"
:. .;\' living room. JNO one had spoken in beginning to thin out. Nowhere was "What was that?" Rogers de-

aMtft li the passageway after Pedro made there any sight of the huge black manded."It .
z his accusation. sombrero or gaudy clothes he wore. are perhaps a log, sir," replied -

"What's happened?" Elsa demanded "He can be around, Hunt,", I said, Arturo nonchalantly. "I hopeit LAUGH,EAT,TALK,FREE<
of me. "and still elude us. Mazatlan is a is not an alligator, the same being OF EMBARRASSMENTIt's

"The pulque man has accused fair-sized little city; there must be plentiful not far from here." so easy to enjoy all-
Dwight of killing Chesebro," I said. many places of conceal-" "It didn't feel like a log to me," day confidence when

"The man is simply mistaken, Se- "Why should he be in hiding?" Rogers retorted, peering over1 the your plates are held in place by this
nor Lombardo," Dwight said, his Rogers demanded."I side into the gloom. Something in "cushionj'adentist'sformula;

It't the> old reliable that never fails. voice remaining calm despite the don't mean that he intentionallyis his manner filled me with apprehension. I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
Economical not' rationed., For sale at strain he obviously was under. "I avoiding us." He held up a shadowy handto Powder lets you Economical;

hardware, drug and grocery stores. can understand how I might be "Yes, I know how you meant it. the pilot. enjoy solid foods small amount
thought to be the man "Stop, Arturo I want to what avoid emharrass- lasts longer.
you're seek- But he should be hunting us, Barry, ; see
of loose Pure,harmless.
ment 3.
ing. It was like this: The night instead. That was a broad insinua- that was." plates.Helps pleasant tasting. ..,'
Chesebro was murdered The launch began to lose head- pre-
we were tion he made-that he 'knew some- il no'c1e1is ,..dJ.
I' f all here in this room. We had thing of interest to me in the deathof way and soon we drifted. "We'll Alldrvgghts-.3O.Moneybackh

been talking over the death of Mr. Kitty Chatfield. If he meant it, have to back up a few feet." The I 't

Chatfield's sister in California. Pro- this is the time for him to talk; screw reversed and we began to t

11 SHEETS ZS '4 tlondr rU r fessor Rogers had been conductinga so why isn't he trying to find us to move slowly backward. ., '; .
sort of investigation into it." tell what he knows?" (TO BE CONTINUED)

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0 Blast Tore Up Street; Q.hhMhhhhhN-CMhhhhhhhhhhfMt. C.hhhhhthhhht'.y..

Workman Did LikewiseThe islsx AtE ?
.. ? A quiz with answers offering ?

talkative workman was NO TIlER information! on various subjects J
holding forth to an admiring audi- a

ence in the village store. He was hhhhhhhhhhhhhhC'-hhhP-hhhhhhe..e.. ". .-hhP-t-hhh
explaining that even in his job,
Sf Released by Western Newspaper Union. GE SCRE ADiO which people might think dull The Questions 8. The Battle of Brandywine was
fought in what
enough, there was sometimes 1. What is the facial aspect for
TREATING EPILEPSYA By VIRGINIA VALE'Released quite a lot of excitement. which the Cheshire cat is noted? The Answers
by Western Newspaper Union
"Why I can remember once 2. What are a ship's davits? 1. Grinning.
few not
sight on years the street ago ,a church uncommon, theateror new "Transatlantic when a gas explosion. tore up a 3. WAC officers and enlisted personnel 2. Cranes for the lifeboats.

elsewhere, was a patient having THE show scheduled to main street where I was working. wear replicas of the head- 3. Athena.
15 to be Huge stones were hurled into the gear of what warrior maiden? 4. The Chinese.
an. epileptic fit. No treatment during start April promises
the attack was amusing; whether it will car- air, buildings trembled" and debris 4. Who were the first printers? 5. The officer or person on a t

r S given except that the out its "to find out, rained all about me. 5. What is the supercargo on a merchant ship in charge of the
patient was prevented ry purpose, "And what did you do," expect ship? commercial details of the voyage.
y from hurting him- through the participants, what antly asked one of the store's cus- I 6. How long has Turkey been a 6. Since 1923.

R.;x.>.. self (biting his Americans know about Brit- tomers. republic? 7. A cup of wine or the like tak-
f"> tongue or striking ain and what the British know "Me?" replied the workman, "I 7. If a stirrup bar is that part ofa en by a rider about to depart;,

against hard objects ,about America," remains to, quickly regained my composure saddle to which the strap is fastened hence a farewell cup.
aMv ). Between at- be seen. Col. David Niven, the and tore up a side street." what is a stirrup cup? 8. Pennsylvania.

tacks the drug in movie star, who has been with the

general use for quiet- English army since the outbreak of
ing purposes was the the war, will be a regular memberof Graceful Corner Shelves to Hold

bromide drugs.Unfortunately. the London panel when his war SNAPPY FACTS
19 I.M'riy.J assignments permit. Russel Crouse, Interesting Trinkets You TreasureRUN

playwright, and Christopher Morley, ABOUT
Dr. Barton while the bromides
II quieted the patient author of "Kitty Foyle," will be reg- I

and undoubtedly reduced the num- ulars at this end. Slated for Satur- BOTH ENDS OF WIRE/ DOWN THROUGH

ber of attacks, they greatly depressed day afternoons, the programs are WJfRUBBER
11 the mental and physical con- done by the Blue network and Brit- BACK} \

dition of the patient. It was a great ish Broadcasting corporation. f--WIND
step forward then when the barbital -- AROUND

drugs were found to give more free- Bonita Granville's fan mail has Plane fly in supplies and
dom from attacks and the depres- shot up considerably since she made LOOP bring out crude rubber from

sion of spirits was much less than "Are These Our Childrenshe'snow Central American plantations.
by the''use of bromides. second in the volume of mail Weeks are saved by this
method of transportation. ,
However, as some cases of epilepsy H,<<. ,, "t:" '->r7r'
require larger doses, it has been In building a battleship It takes
found that these patients, though v. ; 150,000 pounds of rubber.This Is
free or nearly free of attacks, are : I 1 1 equivalent to the rubber used In the

drowsy and depressed, and unableto ,. manufacture of more than 12,000
:'" v>- v small tires.
:- pauenger-car
properly on their work. It < ;
carry ?':
is not surprising therefore that the : i.1j The first city omnibus lines

drug benzadrine sulfate or amphet- '""" 111 the forerunner of modern
amin sulfate has been suggested to '; ii1th motor' bus transportation

overcome this drowsiness and de- J1 +t started operations over the "
(;.,p;;. streets, of Paris in 1662.
pression. ,71 .)ft'rtj
I have mentioned benzedrine sul-
: Seventy-three per cent of the employees -
fate frequently. It was first used by ) I In 94 war plants depend
students wishing to keep themselves k upon their cars for transportation.
"bright" and free from tiredness Rubber Is essential to their work.

during examinations or while, studying ,

ip for examinations. It is being k7FGoodiij

i used with success in. the treatment >. :. tIJiI,' .po.. ... :' _;; '" j RUN ,END
of alcoholism as it not only 'takes _
UP -
away the desire for alcohol but BONITA GRANVILLE SPOOLS

provides a "stimulant" to overcome
depression. received by RKO players; averages THESE:_graceful corner shelves through, as shown '''here, so, that "
The list is led ten inches wide and the shelves be ,in
2,634 pieces monthly. are seven may hung a cor-
: In "Diseases of the Nervous System -
," Dr. G. Cook states that the by Ginger Rogers, who gets 3,500 inches deep at the bottom. Just ner ready to hold articles of con-
letters month. the size to hold the siderable
I a right quaint weight.
drowsiness and depression due to
match holder the oldfashionedchina .
---7-- ,
large'doses of phenobarbital may I I
Jack Lannon, Hollywood's best- doll head and other interest-
counteracted, by benzedrine sulfate. NOTE-Mrs. Spears has designed an
known and rain maker has ing trinkets that have been
The patient feels better mentallyand fog a you: actual-size pattern for these three grace-
because he feels better he avoids new job on his hands: He's been treasuring. In Victorian times fully curved corner shelves which are

convulsions caused by fear, frustration signed to handle the special weather such-shelves were strung together graduated in size. .This;pattern also contains -, "
{ A and hidden compulsions ,or ob- effects which play an important"part with cord and"the'spools saved complete directions,for cutting and

sessions. .The":dose"of phenobarbital> in creating the atmospheric settingfor from the voluminous amount of joining these shelves as well a's a patternfor Ij L
another larger set of spool shelves. ,
is gradually increased until all the Cary Grant's new "None But sewing done each season. To-
Ask for pattern No 255 and enclose 15
convulsions are prevented. the Lonely Heart. day, with 'spools piling up from cents. Address: \ I
The benzedrine,sulfate is given in I Red Cross sewing, we make simi- Unpredictable River
Three in "
narrow escapes raids
large doses preferably during the German and in RAF lar shelves that have all the old MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS China's Hwang-Ho river has
over targets an
morning and early afternoon, so as torpedo boat are recounted by Dave charm but are much more rigid Bedford Hills New York changed its mouth 11 times..
to avoid any tendency to wakeful- Drawer 10
Oliver RKO and substantial.The '
Pathe News
camera- \ Enclose 15
ness at night.Meningitis. cents for Pattern No.
., man who is back after serving for spools and shelves now may 255. MONEY CAN'T BUY

i: Deaths nine months as' a newsreel corre be practically welded together Name ............................... aspirin than genuine faster-acting pure St., more Joseph dependable Aspirin,
/ He
". spondent. kept on cranking his with new easy-to-use types of glue. Address ....!........................ world's largest seller at 10(. Why pay
camera during running fights with more? Big,100 tablet airs for only 36 .
r 'J One-Tenth Old RateOne the enemy in the air, at sea, and in The wire or cord is then run .

the Italian campaign. He lived witha -

of the diseases which militaryand torpedo boat squadron for three 50 Crisp./
weeks. One thing a soldier is afraid of
civilian hospitals dread is men- ,
is of emotion. That'swhy
,a display
ingitis-inflammation of the three
coverings of the brain. I was senior Radio's "Great Gildersleeve' his slang so often sounds

medical officer of a large base hos- moved into Hollywood from the San derogatory. For example, he refers 64ft-
to the silver, eagles on hiscolonel's
pital during World War I and the Fernando Valley, primarily to save
straps as
ward that was most discouraging to gas, tires and time-and two days "
zards. But when he speaks of his '
the whole staff was the meningitisward. later; Warner Bros. sent for) himto
Despite the vigilance of the do a special picture for the Ca- favorite" cigarette, he says: "Cam- KRISPIES
els. They're first with men in the RICE
ward physicians and auxiliary staff, nadian government, in the neighborhood -
well with Sailors Ma-
Army as as ,
many cases died. It seemed as if he'd just vacated 1 .
rines, and Coast Guardsmen. (Ac-
nearly hall OUT cases were doomed ;:
cording to actual sales records in MT1i Crabs arc Crest Feo16K' ,
before they'entered hospital. More than 12,000 individual programs And
.., service men's stores.) though .
.# You may imagine my feelings of ; supporting 60 separate war ,there are Post Office restrictionson Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the .: 'a
thankfulness to read that in World campaigns were broadcast by Columbia -. packages to overseas Army whole ripe grain in nearly all the "

War II, such is the power of the Broadcasting system on the men, you can still send Camels to protective food elements declared I

new drugs, there is the "amazing home front in 1943, according to a soldiers in the U. S., and to men essential to human nutrition.
reduction in death rate from 39 per I recent announcement. The promiseof in the Navy, Marines, and Coast ''fA
cent in army in last war to less i postwar television, in full, nat Guard wherever they are.-Adv. 1
than 3% per cent in this war." ural color, and a plea for freedomof 1
Only 7 in 200 die now whereas we radio are also contained in the
lost 78 or more of our cases out of report. '

200. %
'" ,;- In the Journal of the American John Loder, host and director of :
'' Medical Association, 'Col. Henry M. "Silver Theater" on CBS, can't' workat /

\' Thomas reports a series of 1,518 the same microphone with manyof they say
cases of meningitis in the United his guests whether he wants to
States army's fourth command dur- or not.' It isn't that he wants to be RQPcmjAR& SUNDAY Wednesday afternoon
ing the winter and spring of 1942- aloof-a fellow who stands six feet

1943. This amazing reduction is due three just can't get together at a "4TH! CLASS LI8EITY1/f deck look of at shore ? k ; .,,
entirely to drug treatment. While mike with a five foot glamour girl.
the most desperately ill may require K "CAMEL"for the favorite cigarette with men
other treatment, for over 95 per cent It's an April birthday for "First is the Nave f '

of all patients drug treatment, prop- Nighter," one of radio's veteran se FIELD OAV''for thorongh cleaning of ship s:><,3, d "d'....,,'.:.?w.
'- administered is
erly the"only form rials-625 consecutive performances "Vv. -
needed. on its Mutual network. Barbara Lnd- I I Vis
"Of the various sulfanilamide dy was selected as "First Lady" of : FIRST IN THE SERVICE

compounds, sulfadiazine has, up to radio twice, in 1940 and '43, for her
the present, proved to be the most performances as the perennial hero- flP- With men in the Army, Navy is
satisfactory in the treatment of ine. Marine Corps and Coast Guard a..y:,
meningitis." j"-,- the favorite cigarette is CameL fV"

If all patients could be given a Victor Borge has been signed to iteu. y (Based on actual sales records.) a:

diagnosis and treated at the outset play the voice of a new animated &*.
: of the first symptom, Colonel Thomas :cartoon character who is expectedto

believes there would be no deaths outstrip Donald Duck, Mickey
y whatever from meningitis. Because Mouse, etc., in the public's affec FTA fjJtt1
;:. the symptoms of meningitis may be tions. Victor's Scandinavian accent ( rr !fJ1
slow in appearing and other infec- will be used to portray Wallie Wal- 11If CIW'r :

.. tions such as flu present also, sulfa- rus.'v 'tl tlCI1Jf1 n-111
diazine is not given as early as is ----'I /11fffO

necessary to save life. Barbara Stanwyck turns blondefor I1NP I
I Colonel Thomas states that it the second time in her career .
";, seems safe to prophesy that the for the role of the, murderess in l FtJlVo. :

death rate in meningitis can now be "Double Indemnity." "I'd always jjj4! fk&11)I
kept at very low levels although the visualized murderesses as brunettes -
occasional severe cases probablywill ," she protested. "But evi-
continue to produce a small Jently blondes are considered more

number of deaths. unscrupulous this.season." n



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trees, the vast sparkling entity of ly as a private plane by Col. Man- I attempted to go under the storm.;:

:Book Reviews- I I the Atlantic, the muted mysterious ran into the side of a hill and -- -- --- -- -- -

'_ I(I world of the swamp,' Edith Pope ning. The .group. left Hunter Field, crashed. There were no witnesses |I|

(Continued from Page.4 I I lllakes. 'ou really see, hear smell and Savannah, Sunday morning for j I Ii to the crash but several heard it and I.1 ; :

deep fathoming of human character i i feel the grandeur and heartbreaking I i Memphis to be away for' several days i testified that the plane had ,passed I ;J;. I

:and experience; but there Is more I,i loveliness of this region. and were said to have encounteredI over at a low altitude. I .-

to it than that, for England and 'I With its beauty of setting, its in- I I murky weather requiring instrumentflying In addition to Capt. Hardy and ''I 'f w

Prance are In it, as well as Ireland, !1 1 evitability of outcome, and above all i I soon after leaving Macon Col. Manning those killed were Capt. | TRIcH/SA

and the Kildooey: signpost that its brilliantly conceived and completely :(where Capt. Hardy checked in at C'ratis, co-pilot of Savannah ; Lt.l j I : MAN WHO

Joints the way to Dublin may be a realized characters, Colorton 10,000 feet altitude. This weather I Williams of McGehee, Ark; S. Sgt I II I NASMOREMONEyTHAN

symbol of the times. The goal maybe : is a deeply satisfying book. 'I I' is believed to have been the cause aney of Buffalo, N. Y. ; Pvt. John 1 I ///$ WIFE

!. the heaven that the boys: and girls i -- ; of them flying into a severe thunder J. Bailey of Trenton, N. Jer., and I CAN ,SPEND'

Xf Kildooey: imagine Dublin to be, I i AGAIIN OCTOBER<: I storm ,which the small ship Sgt. James P. Smith of St. Marie, I

"or the hell that Father Keith says could not climb over and, as they Idaho. All bodies were identified. '
Lilian Van Ness I
Jit. is. j I By I

COLORTOX Again In October is the story of I.I..N......N..N......N......H..NN.. ......................N..................N......N...........i.i..iiN. ......M..................................NN.. ..NNNN.. .. .. ........................1

By Edith Pope ';I two ,women divorced. -Augusta and the Freer mother, mature of- I =i= ELECT : = I till n,4

In Colorton Edith Pope introduces I ...
grown children ; Lynn Freer, her .3
one of the really great characters I t cb c,

of fiction with Abby dreadful Clanghearne.secret :young ried and and deeply talented in love.cousin, unmar- !

Growing up CHARLES E. MINER r I

locked in her heart, striving always, I Here is a novel that is more thana ;

through her brother Jared, to over-1 penetrating study of love and mar- .

come the poverty and decay that I riage; it probes .deeply into the relations I t

have been her environment. Abby between human beings and :!: YOUR :_:

remains undaunted. Courageously, : says many of the things that are so '

as she becomes adjusted. : to the situ- often felt but seldom ,said And nothing causes more false

ation, she accepts the ruin of her I I r I Ij! hopes than a "cured-all" remedy for:

plans for jared the and responsibility, after his death of his, J Plane Crash Held- Coiiit.y Commissioner l lI I various ailments. Consult your: drug- t

she takes on I gist, and if he says "see your doctor"j.

widow and unborn child, and at last SEE YOUR DOCTOR.ALSTON'S .
secret ( Continued fron: page 1 > .....
horror of her NO.1'
'ovErcomes the I II

by tremendous sacrifice, gaining an 'I'others, Easter Sunday afternoon near, I DISTRICT AND

release from Hartselle, Ala, it was definitely
almost proportionate I I .'.
that horror. agreed that it was not a pilot's error 'Courteous::: CooperativePaid .;.

which caused the crash. I :. SEMINOLE DRUGS
The beauty of the Florida coastline I !I.'. .:.

cones alive in Colorton. The_ I The plane was a B-26 with armament .:. Political Adv. .;.1
clean 'etched line of the great pine removed which was used large ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-1 CLEWJSTOX, FLORIDA

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Fruits A Veritable-4tt 0&. Can jnJM .lit .. 2 lb. to 6 Ib. 2c Eagle Brand- IS on. Can .22 J2 Joan of Are, C. Sty, Co. Gent, FancyNo.2 Can .17.IT
Clapp Soups .4)4 oz. Clan AIOapp Pkg. 5 Ib to 25 Ib. He per lb. Ma&1lo.lla. 14 oz. Can .16 .16 Libby, Country Gentleman_,No. 2. Can .17 .17
80VJ_ _4V4 oz Can M ..S Pkg. 25 lb. to 60 Ib. Ue pu lb. Nestle *.... __ 14 ox. Can .16 JC Libby, Golden, Sweet-___No. 2. Can .17 .17 .."'
Clapp, Fruit* &: Vegetable -7y,-8 .*. Glue.14 J4Jl Rose 14 ox. Can .14 .14 Libby! TinY Kernd__ No. Z. Can .17 .17 '
Clapp, Fruits A Vegetablea-7r-S ox, Caa .11 FISH-PROCESSED EVAPORATED ", Libby lVb. Kernel:, Cnty, GenL____Na. 2, Can ,18 .17
Clapp, Combination Dishes_____ 7ft c-f. GlasaGY .13 .13 Bordcn's Silver Cow 14V, ox. Can ,.11 .11 Libby: : Wh.: Kernel. Golden SweetNo.: 2., Can .18 .17 l
'Clapp' Combination Duhe___ Can .11 11 All Brand California Mackerel.-IS o*, Call JS ..18An CarnationLibby's 14V, Can .11 .11 Mayflower Sid. White, Sweet, i N.
CexWi. All Type* I V ::, Can .08 .08 Brands Alaska Red Salmon-16 oz. Can .sO JOAH 1 4 Vi ::. Can 'J 1 .1 1 Crushed fto 2 Can ,14 :
Hemz. Strained Fruitat ________ 4 t', os. Can A9 j09JO Brands Chum Salmon -16 ox. Can .26 JC Neat laa 14V, ox. Can .11 .11 Milford, V t I7'K""e-t-;; === Can :U :.17llford "
He4U Strained Vegetablest _, \Yi .Can n,9 .., All Brands Pink Salmon___16 n. Can J7 J7 Pet.._ 14 Beinz, Beef Broth, Beer A Liver All Brands California Sardines Nat- PleeZln- HV, Can Cream Style, Golden -..No. 2 Can .18.17 j"'
Soup Vegetable With Lama oral Type ._IS os. Can (Oral) JC JC Swift's -- 14V, ::. Can :nn: Milford, Cream Style, White __No. 2 Con .18 .IT I',
Costard Pudding 4y, n. Can M M All Brand California Sardine, Natural Milford Whole Kernel. Golden ____No. 2 CaD .IS .111 '
Beinx Junior I AH Typeat. I ye :Caa .10M: Type _._ IS N. Caa (T.B)13 44 OILS-COOKING & SALAD Nation'l Pride, Who KnI., V. 1', C. BI o& Can .17 .11 ; -,;
Libby All Types _4Vi or, Caa4H : ..08Stokely AU Brand C6lI!. Sardine, Tom. or. Golden West GaL Class 1.89 1.89 N.bleLl__ 12 oz, Can .16 ..1S ,
Vegetable* x, Can : A7 Must. Type _____ 15 ._ Can (Oral) .17 JT Jewel -Pt, Glass '.JI Jl Nlblet.s, _____ oz.. Can .18 .18 .'- ,
;:, atokd1.FNjt-o 4y, 81. Cua .os ... All Brands Calif. Sardines, Tom. or Jewel-_ _ :
IS .*. Caa (Tall) .14 .14 Mazola ___ Glass .34.34 Golden l : ______ : 2, Can :.15Rosedale
A11MDJ:1rai;;; Oil Sardine, Keyless Mazola Qt_ Glass .63 ,63 Sugar, White._._ ......_ No. Z. Can .1. 18Rosedale
BUTTER Wb. Kernel, GenLNo. Z. Can .15 .15 '
I Packed ia Cottonseed Oil or Mazola Gal. Glass 2.19 2.19 Country
J1218neda, 89 Scon V. Ib Prt,1 0. cta. .n .11 Soybean OH J4* Can (Praln) .99 MAll Sal y, Gal. Glass .98 .98 Rosedale. Wh. Kernel Golden, Swt.-No. 2. Can .11 .16 ,
.. AJll\n.nda, 89 ScoN 1 Roll '.51 .51 Brands Maine Oil Sardine, Key. Saleta Gal. Glas 16 1.86 Snider, Cream Style, Fancy _-No. 2 Can .17.17 "
All Brads. 90 Score' % ld Prt 1 Do Ctn.53 .52 less Packed la Cottonseed OU or 17 Oil GaL Class 1.92 1.92Weaao" Snider, Extra Sld, Mistletoe _-12 o& Can .16 .11 -.'-.
All BnDd.o. 90 Score- 11b. Roll 52 31Afl soybean Oilt M* Can (Wrap'd) M M __Pt. Glass ..u.34WealOll Stokely, Who Kernel, \'acuum Pack _No. I Can .,16 .11 .: '
Broad., .: % R Prt.14 Cta 33 32AU Eatwell Grated Tuna 7 0n. Can J7 J7Eatwell --- Qt. Glass .54.64 Stokely, Wh. Knl., Fancy, V.P, G. B1 01. Can .17 .IT /
Brad., a: 1 lb. Rill d2 31AD i Tuna Light' Meat Standard7 Can J4 J4AU Wesson Gal. Glass 2.13 2.13 Stokely, Cr. Style, Fancy Co. Gent _No. 2 Call .17 to .
... BruclJ", 93 Scon V. Ib Prt, I Ctn .53 .53 WbiUi Tuna WbiU Meat __7 ::. Can A1 .47 Stokely, Cr. Style, Fancy Goldlll :
All rand 03 Seare I Ib Roll .52 52 OLEOMARGARINEt Bantam _. -.No. 2 Can .17 ..11Stokely .
Gldn-B": ;;;;;= : '
Wh. Kernel, 2 Can .12 .l0 .
.' BraDds. __ Piet M M FLOUR & FLOUR MIX All Sweett _1 lb. Pkg. JS .%S ,4
Alln Br-aAda. Pe..ed'. l RoU .u,4.S Stokel:! Who Kernel, Country Gent -No. 2 Can .IS ,1&
.; Arat Jemima Bkwht. Pancake Flo.rZO ox, Pkg.. J* ,M Blue Bonnett 1 lb. Pkg. .27.2, Swing Whole Kef1leL---No. 2 Can ..17.n
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour_20 or. Pkl[. JC .16 ChumgoldtDuuet I lb. Pkg.. .26..25 All Other Brands-Std,Crushed Ca '.''
CEREALS Ballard Pancake Flour Regular Pkg. .13 .13 __ 1 lb. pkg. ..27.26Good Style, Packed In Del., Mdor Va.-No. 2. Can .14'.U v.
'J 20 Pkg. Jl JlBisqulck Luckt I lb. Pkg. ..27.26Mayllotl'ert
Bisquick '
; 'Oeeri06ta 7 oLo I'kc. .14 .14 '
1 lb. Pkg. .26.26 PEAS "
__ _40 J9 J9
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; enalll of What 14 ez. .15 r1SCrum -
lb. J7 .26
Nucoat 1 Pkg.
01 Wheat 9111 .z Pq. .%6 .20 Dromedary Gingerbread Mix _14 oz. Pkg.' .n',22 _ ApriISbotl'el'1lModium.Sm.a1l.IuneNo. 303 CaD .IS .15 "'Y'i' _
Sweet 16 1 ....... 1 Ib. Pkg. .le.20
Mix_ 14 .2 S JS "
Duos Gingerbread ox. Pkg. :
Cold Medal Oats 16 oz.. Pkc. .10 .1. No. 303 Can .14 : \\to
tfs\an 1 '.
Golden Center What Gena &. Pkg. ..21 ..27 Doff'* Muffin Mix 14 ox, Pkg. JS J5Du Swe.tr No: 2, Can x.16 ,, .;
L G. A. Corn F7akc. 6 60: Pkg. AS.5. I _"*. Waffle Mix 14 ox, Pkg. .::S JS ; Blue Ridge, 2 Sieve, Ex. Std. _No. 2 CaD .1t.1S ,
L G. A. Corn Ii '. Pkg. A8 Pillsbury Bkwht. Pancake Flour __20 ox Pkg. .17 J7 Granulated, BulkConfectioners Per lb. .07' Blue Ridge, 3 Sieve, Ex. Sid _No. 2 Can .18 .17 ; '
Kellogg's AU W- 10 : Pk.g 1: l4Kellogg' I Pillsbury Pancake Flour_ _2001., Pkg.1 '.14 .14 ((4X) 1 lb. Pkg. .09' .08 Blue Rldi'e Garden Run _.1'10.2 Can ,IS'.1T '
All Bran_._ 16 oz. Pkg. 23 ..23S. Quaker Buckwheat Pancake Flour _Regular Pke.20 Jt Brown (Light) .. _,1 lb. Pkg. .o9.os Buddie, 4 Sieve, Early Juno _No. t Can .15 .IS -
S Kellogg' o\O'X> Bras flake S oz Pkg. .n .n Quaker Pancake Flour Regular Pkg .15 JS SYRUPS AND BIOLASSESBr'cr Champion, Early June ..No. 2 Can .i7 ..17 '-" ,,:y
KeJlou' 40%; Bran Flakes _1-1 oz.. Pkg. .1' .16 Soo Sheen Cake Flour__44 ox, Pkg. J2 JISoftasilk Del Monte, Early Garden _No.: 2 Can .19 .18 -
Kellogg' Com Flake 6 oz, Pkg. .os .06 Cake Flour 44 ox, Pkg. J2 .32 Cane t Corn __12 o&. Glul ,.11 ..11Alag. Del Monte, Early Garden -.:.- No. 303 Glaze .1' ..It .... ..
KellorK'. Com Flakes 11 oz Pkg. .10 .10 I Swana Down Cake Flour 44 ox Pkg. J2 J2 ., Cane & Corn .u os, Glass .19 .19 Fresh Flavor Early June ___No. 2 Can .15 .15 ,".
KelloU'1 Com Flakes IS o4 Pkc. .IS .14 Alan, Cane& Corn 78 oz. Glass .51 J7 Garden GIft, 6 &: G SienA SW. StI'eeLNo. 303 Can .13 .1% .-.
KeUon' Pep_ ...__ S oz.. Pkg. .II .n I I FRUITS & FRUIT JUICESCANNEDPEACHES Bomta 24 oz. Glass .17 .17 Garden Gift Std., Sweet _moo 2 CAn .14 ,14 ,' .
KeUou' Rice Kr ;pie5-5 01., Pkg. .14 14Kdlogg. Bonito __._.__ No. S Glass .48 .48 Garden Gift, 4 Sieve, Alaska __No.2 Can .1$ .15 :
.'- Shredded Wheat 11 oz... Pke. .12 .U ., Beer Rabbit, Cane &: Corn __14 oz. Glass .16 .16 Garden Gift 5 & 6 Sieve, Sweet _No.2 Can .14 .14 ,:i; .
Kellogg'l Whet KNmblea-__ 9 oz., Pkg. 13 .13 PleeZing, Y. C. Fancy No.: m Can :: :: Cane Patch 24 oz. Class .%3 .23 Garden Patch, Sweet S..2 Can .19 .18 r I
Kix____ .__ 7 01., 'kg. .14 .14 Realm Y. C. Standard No. Can Cane Patch __._ No. 5 Glass .65 .6S Great Northern No. 2 Can IS .IS : :.J, .. '
Marvin Puffed Wheat ___-I o& Pkg. .os.os Rich Flavor, Standard Halve _No. 2'/\ Can J7 JS Cane Sweet ___16 os. Glass ..19 .19 Green Giant, Fancy ___8 of Can' .10 .10 '
Rich Flavor, Y. C. Halves No. :2Vj Can J7 JS Cane & Corn 12 Glass .11 .11 ,'
Mothers Oats, Quick or Regular X20 oz. Pkg. .U .U Happy Kid. ox. Green Giant, Large S..ee No. 2, CaD .19 .18
Mother'l Oats, Qui.k Regular _48 ox, Pkg. .26 .26. Rich Flavor, Y. C. Sliced -No. 2'/i\ Can .%tI .27 Happy hid Cane 8. Corn__23 ox. Class .19 .19 Green Ridge, Early Juno No. 2 Can .15 IS
or Royal Arms y C, Choke Halve _No. 2'!, Coo .29 .29 Kid Cane & Corn _No.5 Glass .5S .53 .
Mothers Chine VaLl _48 0. I'kg. .34 .33 Happy Green' Ridge, 6 Sieve, Alaska _No. 2 Can .15 ..15Happyvale :. .
.13 .13 Sacramento, Grade "A" Halves --10. 2'/i\ Can J2 Jl Karo. Blue Label 23 oz. Glas .IS .IS 2 Sieve No. 3Q3. Can .16 .15 -" !-. ,
Nabisco National Shredded Oats _Wheat-_.._20 Large 0., I'kg.I'kg. '.12 '.12' Sacramento, Grade "A" Sliced _...._...No. 2ft Can J3 JZ Karo, Blue Label ______________ No.5 Glass .46 .46 Hnppyvale,5 Sieve No. 303, Can .13 ..12Happyvale .
National Oats__ 4S oz Pkg. .26 .26 PEARS Karo Green Label .23 ox. Glass 19 .19 2 Sieve No; 2. Can .17 ..11llappvvalc.
National 3-Mrnuk OcU__..20 oz.. Pkg. .1% .12 Avalon, Bartlett _No. 2/t! Can ,Jl .30 Karo; Red Libel :23 oz. GlassNo. .19 .19 Large Green .. No. ; Can .15 .15 I
Karo Red Label.... 5, Gloss .47 .n ==. : : : _
National 3-bl1nute Outs__48 of pkg. .26 ..26ra'lnlee Avalon Standard No. 2Vj Can Jl JOPlctZing I. G. A., 4 Sieve, Sweet, Fancy
Oats 14 0. pkg. .10 .10 -_No. 2Can JS JS Log Cabin Miplc Dlend __16 oz. Glass .26 J8 Kounty Kist, June, No. 303. CanCan .IS .12 ,-
Choice Bartlett _
.23 .22 Maple Ade, Maple Blend __Qt. Can .47 ;.47 Kounty Ktst. Swat __No. 2. Can .16 .15
Pawnee Oats 42 o& Plq .33 ..32SaertmentoGradouA"No. -
Realm Standard Bartlett _No. 2\1\, Can
Maple Ade, Maple Blend _V, Gal. Can .90 .90 _.,No. Can
( LeSueur 3 Sieve'Alaska. Fancy '
Pillsbury Farina 14 014 PIr. '. .09 .09 .33 .
& 2Y1, CaD .39 n.g
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Pillsbury Farina: ____28 01 Plg. .17 ,17 Plaza 1'/, Ib Can .1:; .IS LeSuour: Peul. No.: Caa : : .
Pillsbury Health Bran 20 ox. Pk& '.18 .17 PINEAr rLE Plaza ._5 Ib. GIn? .56 .56 Libby, Garden Xo. 303. Can .19 .IS .';<: :. r
Post 40'fo Bran Flakes S as, Pka:. .11 .11 Oil Monte, Chished-No. 2 Can .23 J3 Red Rabbit 14 oz. Glass .16 .16 Libby 2 Sieve No. 303 Can .20 .2 1
Post 40% Bran Flakes 'I 01.. pkg. .16 .16 Del Monle. Crushed ____No. 2 Vi Can Jl JO Red Rabbit Vi Gal. Gloss .49 .49 Libby, 6 Sieve__ _No. 303, Can .15 .IS '
._. ................. Glass ?,3 .s 5
Post Grapenut.s 12 oz.. Pkg. .16 .16 Del Monte, Fancy Sliced-No. 2 Can ..25 JS Robin No. 5 Libby Jumoo :jC Can ig 17 -. : ,
'Post Grapenut Flakes 7 Pkg. .11 I Del Monte Fancy Slced.-_ No. 2 Vt Can Jl JODole's Signet, Cane -. Corn"ifTPCt 14 oz. Glass .15 .15 Libby: Garden==-== == Can : 20 ": -
Poet Grapcnut Flekev----I : : Pkg.: :U :.16Yost Crushed ____No. 2 Can .23.:3 !" __________51 or. Glass .46 .46 Libby Sieve No.:2'gnu 22 22 ,
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Toa.ties__ 6 o:., pkg. .0& .U Dole's, Crushed No. 2Ji Can Jl ..28Dole' Vermont Maid, ll.ple.. Blcn. __15 ... Glow JS ''.26 Libby: Sieve.: := ==-=== : 18 .20 11Libby' :
Post T03sties__ .11 oz. Pkg. ,.10 .10 ., Fancy Sliced-__No. 2 Can .23 I .15 Webb _-J (.*. 1..1.1. .35 .35 i Jumbo. No. ; Can 20' .
Post Toutlel _._ 18 014 1'kg. .15 .14 Doles: Fancy Sliced__....... No. 214! Can Jl JO, White Label _._.__ No. S GlAss .68 .68 McGrath, -.pio'-Smt-; ==1o.: Can .16 18
Poet Rabin -____ 014 Pkg. .13 .U Dole's Gems_ _.___No. 2 Can .25.5! Aunt Dinah, Molasscst __16 ox. Glass .20 .20 )idtn 3 Sieve, Cody: June .]:: 2 Can .16 .15 ,' :" (
Purity Oats U on Pk,:. .10 .10 Dole's Fancy Gems No. I'/t Can .31 JODole's. : hunt Dinnh Dark Molz-scs __1C oz. Glass J3J7 .20 )linntitaVaileySn.aii.are; 303. Can .14 .14
Br'er Rabbit, Gold Label Molassest_16 ox. Glass :.!7 Our Favorite 3 Sieve Alar.n _No. 2 Coe .16 13 '. :
Quaker! Farna.____l4 01. Pkg. .10 .10 : Tid-Bils_ No. 2 Can JS JS : : f"1'i1lllip. .n
.Quaker Fn-in" _28 01. Pk& .1S .IS Gold Bar, Crushed _No. 2 Can '.23'.23 Br'cr Rabbit, Gold Label Mol"ue52.. oz.'Glass J9J2 $9 Our Favorite: 4 Sieve i : Sta d2rd.No.., 2 Coin .15 .35 ,
\ Br'er Rabbit, Green Label MolnsscsT-16 ox. Glass .2:1 F.crly June ___.No.' 2 Can .15 .1$ '
.Quaker MuCe14 8 01. Pkg. .10 .10 Gold Bar, Sliced: ._.____So. 2 Can .25 JSHillsdslc ,
Br'er Rabbit Green Label Molasses _21 oz. Glass J2 .32 Standard __ ... :2;: Can .15 ,.15P1 :
Quaker Rolled Oats, Quick or Reg._ 20 01, I'kg. .13 :13 &tanaarJ: Broken Slices._ No/ 2 Can .23 J2 Phillips .
Br'cr Rabbit. Light Molasses _16 oz. Class .28 .23 3 Sieve, Fancy __ No. 2 Can .18 .IS ,. "
Quaker Rolled Oats, QUick or Eeg.49 oz, Pkg. _21 .2G illsdale. Standard Broken Slices_ No. 2 V, Can .28 J7 eZmg -
Br'er Rabbit. Dark HoUsvs __16 ox. Class .23 .23 2 Sieve No.2 Can .21 20 .
Quaker Premium Oats __46 0:0.: Pkg. .34 .33 Libby's, Fancy Crushed_ _No. 2 Can %3.3 Rczers .
', Quake: Puffed Ri"",, 114! OE. Pkg. .13 ..13S Libby's:! Fancy Crushet.-. 24 Can Jl 30Libby' TEA Rogers Sieve, Fancy _. No. 2 Can .19 '.19
.Quaker Puffed Wheat 4 o Pkg. ., Fancy Sliced No.2 Can .25..23 Rogef3, Ii Sieve, Fancy ___--.l'to. 2 Can .17.11
5' :Quaker Rico Sperh es ________.4V :;: Pkg.: :U :U Libby's.; Fancy Sliced -"__ No. 2\', Can .31 JO IOOSC rBanquet Rogers, :3 J S., Ch, Early June, Ex. ,. "
Orange Pekoe _4 Pkg. 30 JOJ7 ___. ..: ..No. 2 Call .17 .11 ,
.Quaker What Sporkiea: 4 01. pkg. 11 .11 ROle 'Quaker Assorted Cereal i0's Pkg. 25 ..23FEd3ton Itosedalo, Choice Sliced No. 2K, Can .28 J3 Lady Calvert' Orange Pekoe 4 Pi-g.: 27 Rogers, Fancy, Mammoth _No. 2 Can .19 .It l
Is cdded: Pabtoua_..:=:= oz, Pkg. .14 ..14Rnl Stokely, Crushed_.._._-_._ No.: 2 Can J3 .23 Lipton, Orange; Pekoe ""-....__4 oz. Pkg. ..30.30Liplon Rogers Fancy Sweet -.._.._____-No.: : 2 Can :g : ; ';x x
,ton ShreddcilRaI.tonl.28 01. Pkg. .15 .23 Stokely, Crushed ..._.___. No. 2ft Can Jl JO Yellow Label'-__4 oz. Pkg. JO JO Rosedsie I 2 Sieve.; No. 303, Can -
Ri1don Ceroal, Regular __24 01. I'kg. .z;; .15 Stokrly, Fancy Slieea_____ No. 2 Can .25.z;; Matte, CAC Brazilian _._-4 oz. Pkg. ..19Jl ..19Jl Ros"11e, Sieve No. 303 Can .15 .IS i :ii .'
:Ralston Ry-Knsp 6 o& Pkg. .14 .14 Stokely, Fancy Sliced. _n__ No. 2i} Can Jl JOtkclelo Maxwell House_.._.L _4 oz, pkg. Rosedale, WO Greer> ,Nil. 3G3. CaD .15 .19 ( r-
Ralston Ry.Krusp 12 01: I'kg. ',2.1 .23 Standard Half Slice _No. 2 Can .u.22 Standard Brand Inc. _-__4 oz. Pkg. .27.21 Rosedale ___--_No. 2 Can .18 .' .111' ''
SI __ 11 .15 .IS PINEAPPLE JUICEDel Tender Leaf nx, Pkg. ..27JO : 6 Sieve_ No. t, Can .16 .16
Whetena 22 or.01_Pkg.Fkl. .26 26Whcatice Monte, Uiuwc icnc '. __ 8 or_ Pkg. .13 .13 Del Mont*. Unsweetened_ 46 oz. Can .43 ..42Talc's Tetley__ 4 oz... pkg. .29 .29 SL Croix Standard __NoJ 2 CaD .16 .IS
Unsweetened_ No. 2 Can .18.1& Tetley, Orange Pekoe .,-__ 01. Pkg. .29 .%' SL Croix. 4 Sieve, Standard __No. 2 Can .16 .1$
Do'o's.! Unsweetened46 ox. Can .43 .42 Stokely, Finest- No. 2 CAn .19 .19 .''?
__. CHEESE.PROCESSED'Borden Gold Bar -. 46 ox. Con .43 .43 8s JOJl 10 Stokelyl Sieve, Early VarietyNo. 2, Can .It .1. I,
Libby's, Unsweetened No.2 Can ,18 ..18Libby's. Lipton: : .ntc. VanetyNo. 2. Can .19 .IS '
AU 'Varietl .2. ..24Krr.tt 21 Stokely,2 Sieve, Early
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.24 .10 Stokely,8 SIeve, Early
AU VarJtles Y, !lb. Pkg. .24 Tender Leaf __ .8s Pkg .10
,' Stokel/s, Un weet AU Varletiu .24 JO '
Shefford. .21 ._ JO
lb. Leaf .168
YI PilII' Unewectened-.46 Can 42 Tender Pkg. : I ;; : ; : 18 ,'t,
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Borden Cream Cheese _-3 oz pkg. .1.1% Tetley __8s Pkg.16s .09 .09 Honey Pod ,'
fRUIT COCKTAIL ; Kin: JoJo. 303. Call .11.11
t Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cbeeae-J of Pk& ,12 .12 Tetley Pkg. .17 .17 Pasty ;
PlceZirg .Nc, 38 Trellis, Early Juno No 2 CaD .IS .IS
Shefl'ord Cream .chllae _. ._.3 .12 .1: "
OL Pk&
.5 S Borden Cream Spmda,Ollve-Pmen- nl-F'cy;; nde70"==No. naan 21 1 VEGETABLES & VEGETABLE JUICES-CANNED Volley Prime, Early June __No. 2 Chan .IS .IS N

,to &: Relish _______'____.__5 01 Class 20 20'Kraft Sacramento, Fancy Grade "A" _-No. 2'r! Can .38 .31 BAKED BEANS Yellow Bowl Standard 2 .15.n : 6
Old En rbah Cream SpreodS or;Glasa .2& 24 FRUIT-DRIED B & M__.__ 18 ox. Glass .2% 22 Yclow! Bowl, 4 SievII Early June --No. 2 CaD .15.1S \i .
Kraft Cream .preade, Ollve: Pmento; Sunswect Prurcj, Medium ___-.2 lb. Pkg. J7 J6Sunsweet Champion Pork & Beans _-No. 303 Can .10 .18 All Other Brands-Standard, .
Pimento-Arnarican: 4 Relish __50&' Class 20 J'0 Prunes, Large -1 Ib. Pkg. JO JO Heinz, Fancy* 17J,| ox. Clan'.21' .21 Packed in Del. Md. or VL----.No.: 2, CaD 14 15 ,';
Sbefford Blue Chase Cream SpreadS of Glaze 24 14Shefford Sun Maid Kaisiiu i ; Necur SecxUcsst_15 oz. Pkg .16 16 Hurt's Pork t Beans 23 oz. Class .18 ..18JO TOMATOES 5 ,5,' i'. .
Cream Spreads Olive-Pi. Sun Maid Ralainx. Muscat Seedodt _. .15 oz. Pkg.: .16 ..18GELTI'i Hurffs Pork& Beans _28 o& Glaze .20 Brown, S ndard__- !\o. 2 Call .15 .36Clioptank "
memo, Pinxonto & Relilb _,,--5 of Glaze 20 ..2A.y Ltbby's _____17 o& Glass .19 .19 Extra Standard. ---No. 2 Can .14 14 '
MIXTURES Joan of ArctM ____---Nn. 303 Can .15 .15 Cole Standard JoJo, 2 Can .14 .14 .
Fargo Gvlatia ._3H oz PI:z. .06 OGI. -18 JoJo. 2Caa .21 .21 ,
S P. Tomato Sauea, Standard -16 of Can .18 f'alrplay ",
COCOA & CHOCOLATE G. A. Gelatin ._,_.3'< 01: PI... .06 :06 Old Glory Pork & Bean ___No.2 Can .19 .19 Golden harvest No. 2 Call .15 .15 1
: Baker' Do 'ChOCt'lstc.o- a 01. 1'10\: 27 21Baker's Jell-0 Gelatin, All Flavors_.S oz. 1'.:ir. .08 .09Jell0 I Phillips ___. No 303 Can .16 .16 Hinton StaDdard. No Z CaD .15 .15 ,< '1MeGnath
Premium Chocoln'e Pkg. .20 Ice Cream Powder-. 4V4 01. Pkrr .10 :10 Van Camp/ Pork A Beans No. 303 Glas .16 .1& JoJo. 2 Can .14' ..14Manehester .'
Bakers Breakfast Cocoa--::== : :,: Pkg.: it :13Boker. Jell-O Rennet All Flavors____ 4), oz. Pkg. .08 .03 GREEN BEANS I ta:: Standard -----No.2 Can .1e.1& iMnntua

Brealda .___ or. 1'1:&,. .21 21 Junket _!__-___,Rvgular Pkg. 11 .11 Lake, Cot _No. 2 Can .13 JJ Extra Staadard ___No. 2 Can 13 .i5 .
'" But Cocoa _., .___I lb. Pkg. 22 ..22Hershey. Junket b :tar .____._.....;:. Regular I Pkg. .13 .13 Big R, Extra Stardard, Cut __No. 2 Can .IS .13 Sacramento, Fancy, Solid Pack _-Nn 24 Caa 14 23Stokely
:! Cocoa____ 8 or. "ke- .13 .13 Knox Gelatin __._.,-,"0. I Pke. (4s.22, Jl Dew Big Kist, Extra Fancy, Cut',_No .2 Con .%0.20 Fancy ___-No. 2 Can l.IS .17 t
HerlheY'1 Cocoa _,__r.i lb. Pkg. .21 .21 Kre-Mel Pudding, All Flavors____4j ox. Pk!:. .05 .OS Diamond R __No. 2 Can .14 .1' ,Woods, Standard !\o,2 Can .14.14
:t My-T.r me Pudding All Flavors -4 oz, Pkg .06 ..06Royal Cut __ No. 2 Can .17 .17 All Other Brlnds-Standard, +
;; COFFEE Gelatin All i'lavore-.. S oz, Pkir: :.08 08 Exquisite Exquisite,, Fancy Fancy, Whole ___No. 2 Can .19 .19 Packed In Del., Md. or VL_,,._ No. 2, Can .1& .1' : .

Royal Pudding, All Flavor __4Vj ox, Pkg .08 18 Florida Cut ,_._._ N- 2 Can .14 .14 :; ;;..
Argo .1 lb. Glen .29 39r Fresh Like Cut _.__ No. :301 Can .19 .19 TOMATO JUICE '
.. Balle 3.Nut.-, Supreme __ I lb. Glua .3J 38Be LARD AND SHORTENING Fresh Like, French Style .__ya 303 Cnn .20 JO Hurff, Extra Standard _-Hi ago CaD .05 .os" i
____ I lb. Glan .37 ..37Boocul _.No. .13 ,.12 20 Can .U .13 '
Cut 2
__._ PURE LARD Golden Harvest, Standard Can 01. :
I lb. Glass .39 Z9 Amour Elnr ..1 Ib. Pkg ,rt 2! Libby, Cut, 2 Sieve___._No. 2. Can .19 .18 Libby_---- oz, CaD .0' .09 '
Del Chase Monty&: born.- I lb.Ib. PkA: .3S .35 Armour: Star--. 4 :Ib, Pkg: M 4>7 Lbby, Cut 3 I S.C7e: _____ No. 2. Can .19 .13: Libby___20 oz.. Con 13. ,.n ILibby I
Fleetwood Class .311 .38 Rath Blackhawk_1 lb. Pkg J2 JlRath Libby, Cut 4 Sieve____ No. 2. Can .17 .17 ____..- 41 .2. Can .2S .26 : .,
--" _1 lb. PkC' .33.33 '.17 .17 JoJ... .14 .14
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binckbauk.-,4 I Ili .86 l.ord Chesterfield No. 2 Can Stokely, Fancy:!
: Gold Ear _.___ ___1 )h. GI..n .31 ..3&I :: Pkg i7 ...,No. .19 .18 r.Grade A __47 Can .28.27 .
HUh Bros. Rex _i __-1 Ib. Pkjr.: .22 :II McGrath, Stench :Style __ 2 Can Sncramento Fancy, of
____ No. 2 Can .14 .14 A ____No.2 Can 34 .l4 \
Lutinnne._ 11' lb j lpk 3: 3 Rex -4 lo. Pkg. .66 .83 Mayflower Cut Wobater Grade '
Maxwell House Swift. Sliver Leaf _1 Ib. Pkg .22 2lSwift Oak Hill, Extra Standard __No. 2 Can .14 -14
:::' 1 1Pk"( .35 .35 .."
Maxwell! Hause"__'- __1 lb. Gig. .39 .39 ;j Silver Leaf _'_4 :IS. Pkg jj7 36 Old Olory. Cut .. _' .--No. 2 Can J4 .14 POULTRY ,
bliuion.- _I Ih Glass) .30 .30 Wilson, Lau.-cl _:Z_I Ib. Pfcg: .22 Jl Palm Beach, Standard _-No. 2 Can .13 .13 LIVE POULTRY S '
i Oaceol.1____ Wilson. Laurel 4 Pkg J786 R-Bcst. Standard __:_ .No. % Can .13 .13 .1
__ I Ib, Pkg .25 .25 It: : ._.__._ : No. 2 Can .13 JSJ8 under 4 Iba.__.Per lb. .41 ,41
O.erea _.__ _____ I l1 I: 1'kis.. .30 .30 Reliable .,_4 Pkg .86 .82 Rusaoll's, Cut '--- Broilers & Fryers
PlecZlng ._, HYDROGENATED MoUl, Fancy, Cut 2. 3.4 Sie\; ,*-No. 2 Cnn .18 Hens any weightPer lb. .26
Ib Glan .36
,36 -::0.20flakelv _. ___.___, Per lb. 31 31Roantero.
Whole Rcfugee.No J Out Roo.en
Royal Arm, lb. Pky 33 33 BnkcriU .. 1 lb. Pkg. JS J8Bakinte Stokely, Fancy, :3 Sv, Old "
.5 5 ]teffe. Ho......._ _111 IS. Class .40 .40 --3 Ib. Pug. .72 -72 Wax Fancy, Cut ____No. 2 CaaSuptrfnc. .19 .IK 4 !lb. and upt __Pcr.lb.. (:r: ..41 .41
Sank..-.___--::__ Il1b, 91&11 .4% .4:1 Crisco._-- __ I IU CUas .J7 J7 Wax Cut _No. 2 Can .18 .17 DRESSED POULTRY :If' "";';:, i.:'
: Crlsco ,. All Other Brnml*-Standard, Cut
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DRY EDIBLE DEANS 11 PE/\St ,.711 I Hen, any 'clifh_.____Per )b. .42 .42
I Ih, Glass- .li
26 '
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lorkcyet 11b. Bulk .12 .12 Snowdrift_________ 3 Ib. Glass .73 .73 Artesian Cream Style Golden__ No. 2, Can .14 .14 Old Roo lers_.lb. and apt __=Per lb. ..41A7
Garbanzat lb. Bulk .16 .16 I :Ib. Glass .27 .C7 Del tint. Cream Style, GolJen No. I, Can .11 JO ,
Crest Nor bmtt I lb. lluIt: .I1 ..21i S 3 |b. Class .75 .75 Del Moil. Cream Style, Golden ____.No. 2. Can ,16 JS DRAWN POULTRY ,,,'
i Green iht Peat __I !lb. Bulk .16 ..16Lcntllat OTUIR SHORTENING Del Mali NibltsU ___..____.__12 oz. Can .16 -15 :: ..60.60Hea.s.
._..__ I lb. Bulk ; __ .16 .16 Broilers & Fryers, under 2ba "__.Per Ib.
'u. .16 .16 Advance Domino, Flu3o, Jtttil, Scoco Del Monte. Cream Style, Golden_ No. 2 Can oS2.52 .
Lima Bsbyt -1 II. Bulk .. -17 .11 .a.r., welKht_.__.--Per Ib. .,
/ .12 .12Lima. Vegetcle ..-,.1 Ib, Pkg. Jl ,21 Del Monte. Whole Kernel. Golden. 12 oz. Can Per .41 .47
: t-------1 lu.: L'WII :14 .14 Advance Golden No. 2. Can .16 .15 Old Roolter3_. lb.
Domino, rlulTo, Jewel l, Sco- Garden Patch, Cream Style. .60 ..GOr"
Nav71 _-____I. lb. Bulk .11 .11 co, Vcgetole .___.__. __._4 Ib. Pig Jll 84 Garden Patch Whole Kernel..Golden 12 oz., Can .15 .15 Roasters, 2',2 lb. and opt _Par lb.
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NEW CEILING PRICES Oil FOODS-Here are lop legal price for Group I and II'storr I" t"'i"i ores These prices, creclvclarch; 1, apply in the following Florida counties: Brevard, Charlotte, Collier, De- ,

for the food items listed, puLlhhed!: n!* a service to merchants and customers. Each) store ._" j.J group I SOlO, GJiuc; : Ila.'_oe, Ilcrilrj, H;.hkn s, Indian saver<< Lee, Filanatee, Martin, Ckccchobee, Orange, Oaeeola -

.nuiaker diaployed. HOUSEWIVES ARE URGED TO SAVE,, AND USE THIS LIST,, WHEN SHOPPING. ; Palm) Beach, Polk, St. Lucie, Saraeota and Seruinole.r .

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Hamilton Says .., SHOES UPCHURCH TELLS I serted. Bankers and Merchants
_1_' Book 1 stamp 18 valid through I "Florida is still an agriculturalstate
,.: Marines Enter April 30 and book 3 stamp 1 on PLANS TO BUILD but it is also rapidly becoming Beware of Strangers!
I air plane sheet valid indefinitely.A I an IndustriaI'si te and it will continue -
Service To FightWhen new stamp will be valid May 1. 'SOUNDER FUTURE I to grow along these lines if
GASOLINE 1 ----.- I. we offer the proper encouragement Merchants or banks which cash a
Hamilton 9-A coupons valid for three gal- to those who would aid us in build- check of any kind for an individualwho
. Ed candidate for HOllESTEADEmphasizing that"forty'
.Representative of the Sixth Con- lons through May 8. ing new opportunity for Florida has nothing more than a social
billion dollars is fair esti-
gressiona District, was home on FUEL OIL a workers, for Florida capital, and for. security card to identify him, doesso
No. 4 and 5 coupons valid through mate of the increase in the national the: youth o" this state," Upchurch at his own risk.
.furlough, following
"bootcamp, at
Sept. 30.Definite. debt as a result of the mishandlingof j said.
Parris Island, S. C., he spoke'at the Joe P. Verri, manager of the So-
' 7* : value coupon good any post-war readjustment afterWorld 1 Huge of which have cial Security Board in West
, Jtoy Scouts Annual Father and ,Son I sums money Palm
i .';;: Banquet. (Ed was hairman of the time.' War I, Frank D. Upchurch, accumulated in the state treasury Beach, said today, "it has come to
,; .Honor Court at the time he entered candidate' for governor, declared, I 1 for the building of roads and high- my attention that certain people are
the service, and a member of the Dwight.L.. Rogers "we cannot as a nation or as a I ways, because,of wartime caused trying to cash stolen or lost war allotment -
' District Boy Scout Committee.) state withstand" the same type of| shortages of manpower and materials checks by using a Social
He told them that a Marine is Not FDR ResponsibleFor mistakes again. 1 will be expended in fair and Security Account number card as
.asked many times why he joined the Upc'hurch said he proposed to call I just proportions in every section of I identification. Social Security cards
: Marine Corps, and that the Correct "Home" ExemptionA into conference, when he becomes Florida, Upchurch pledged during I are for the purpose of identifyingthe
' : answer, according to the book, was'To governor, the real leaders of govern-I his talk. worker's wage record account
fight,' Sir!" That, however, Inc home-owner in the sixth congressional ment and private enterprise to plana "In these modern times," he addled and is not valid identification for
addition to it, a natural respect he district had just filed his sound future for Florida in which | "good roads are essential to any other purpose. The possessionof
had for the Corps, Ed added: I application for homestead exemp- there. will be equality of opportunityfor I every section of Florida and our a' Social Security card is not an
"My brother Lonnie is in the tion, and leaving the office of the all worthwhile endeavor."I j building program must and will be indication of the financial respon-,
c .Army, and my brother D. D., Jr., Ja tax assessor ran smack into the arms have no magic formula which' I planned accordingly, when I am governor sibility or identity of the individualwho
in the Navy. I also have young of Dwight L. Rogers, congressional will enable me by a wave of a handto I ," Upchurch said., possesses it. From time to
x' friends from the Boy Scouts, from candidate. Dwight greeted him establish a cure-all for unemployment I time, we have had requests for in-
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the Palm Beach Athletic Association -, with the question: or depression. Instead, I intend Conklin Winds I formation- that would help to identify -
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:a l. .. : ; from the Junior College; from "Do you know who made home- to offer opportunity to the real or locate the holder of the Social -
1 : the Boys Club, from the Junior stead exemption possible for you in brains ef Florida, and from every His CampaignAfter Security Account card. The
< :. / Fishing Club, and from my church, Florida?" section of this state, to aid me in Social Security Board is forbiddenby
.) ,:. who are in. the Army, Navy, Coast "Yes sir" the man answered confidently setting up post-war plans which will law to divulge any information
:' ,: Guard and other military branches'' "Roosevelt did." Rogers, enable us to avoid the pitfalls which speaking to more than a regarding the identity or address of
- :; of the ,service. Boys that I have who is known throughout the stateas plunged us into near chaos afterWorld thousand people in Jacksonville's anyone in possession of a Social Se-
: worked with and "palled" with for the father of the Florida Home- War No. I," 'Upchurch as- Hemming Park, Millard B. Conklin, curity, Card."
: many years. I didn't want to show stead Tax Exemption act, reflected .. candidate for the United States Sen-
any partiality, but wanted to help with a chuckle upon this viewpoint. ate, headed for West Florida'on his
them, all, so I chose, the United When it was explained ,to the man exemption from taxes on his home, last swing around the' state before charged that the proposed bill to
States Marine Corps." that his questioner was in fact the the man promptly became a boosterfor the May primaries.In I socialize the medical profession, I
Mr. Hamilton paid his respects to man who was responsible for his Candidate Rogers. his Jacksonville speech, Conklin I (Continued on Page 2,'Sec. 2))
the men and women in various -- -
branches of the service, and to thoseat
home who are also doing their

, ,.. part.President Roosevelt has definitely '!: : '

\, stated' that service men may run fI I TENTION: : ; VOTER': S' :

. for Hamilton pubUc'office.will have. In seen this 15 case months Ed \

of actual, service in the Marines
when elected as representative of

the new Sixth,Congressional District. }
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This definitely .is a case of the office r C yA ,
seeking the man and not the { r s.:
man seeking the office. Hamilton's ?a
friends are staging this campaignfor 7ai:
him. He is not here nor can he ti.:;{kAi"'"y'V
be here to make any effort in his

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< ': MS good for 10 points indefinitely. ,
.: J" Red stamps N8, PB and Q8 valid

:'j' April(Meat 23. grades: AA or choice, A f II

I or good. B or commercial, C or
.I utility, D or cutters and canners.)
"a Book 4 blue A8, B8, C8, D8, E8, Guarantee for FIGHTING and daughters the
t t". F8, GS, H8, J8, K8, valid for 10 our sons
.' ," points indefinitely. Stamps L8, MS,
N8, P8, and Q8 valid May 7. .

rI p-:;::,', Stamps 30 and SUGAR 31 in book'' 4 valid

. .:(: indefinitely for five pounds, stamp RIGHT TO WIIi:
,1.' ',. 40 valid for canning through. Feb.
:.' .;r.,;:; 28, 1945 (correct.) .

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: RE-ELECT Let's .preserve Organized Labor through Collective Bargaining rather than through ;

tilt the closed shop, and let's give' our people, including our returning fighting men and :

,1+ ', W. B. (BafcQ: Douglass ;' ';: women, the right to work and earn a living without paying big initiation, fees for jobs. i


,; '.. AS nAILROAIISSI, ; NEH \The Right to W .. k Amendment to the Constitution of Florida to be voted on next ;
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.;.. Continue to profit"- from the services November demands your interest and support if you believe in the right kind of unions

"; of a public servant of abil- I
proyen based upon the principles of democracy. ,
'. ity' experience, integrity and a desire \ i.!.:! I
to be of service to the public

xr and ions his have fellow been based citizens.upon" His evidence decis- It_ will give back. the Unions to the honest, working members-and GUARANTEE_ ;
:' and he will continue to follow that =-- '
'.! .RlGHT of the Union Man existing under our Constitution -1 .

policy. ..;..-., .' -. .'" ...--._ _.--_.-- ..,...,..._........,.-..-''V' -<,-
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'\ friends of Mr. Douglass.)

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Development Of promised, if elected, to fight to "get I Inancial interest, and it is common "let me remind the voters that the incumbent Claude

government out of business." | knowledge that the junior Senator Interests always collect," the candi- here Saturday afternoon Pepper spoke
i need for "more busi- only a few-
Urging the date concluded.
Ramie Industry i has the backing of all governmental hours after the conclusion of the
ness in government, Conklin at-
j agencies in the state and the finan- Senator's talk.Candidate .
Now UnderwayMoore tacked what .he called unnecessary jcial I aid of contractors who have Finley Moore Was I Moore's talk was a .
to the
waste, pointing expenditureof
I'grown rich thru war contracts. Each fiery denunciation of the New Deal
( Haven Democrat) $6,000,000,000 in South Americaby of these candidates has spent more I Speaker Here On I and of the Junior Senator's activi-
States in ,
the United and calling
Offering ,great promise as a postwar in advertising alone than Millard B. ties dwelling largely on the recent
industry in the north Everglades an act .sabotage because the .I Conklin has spent in his entire cam- I Saturday AfternoonFinley I Supreme Court decision permitting.

is the development of ramie money could have been used for I paign. I negroes to vote in the south and the

and other fiber crops for processinginto arms and Navy.and ammunition for our Army I "The Biblical saying. applies to I :Moore of Lake City, one of :I Senator's4 recent appearance In California -
textiles and a good start toward borrmvel' for a talk to a large crowd
iDoth these candidates "the the candidates
Conklin declared that "if the war I for the office of '
this development has already been I 1 of negroes in a colored church, which
policy had been conducted on the is the servant of .the lender, and United States Senator opposing the :
of some has
made with the planting been highly publicized.
same basis as the domestics policy, I

fifty south acres of Moore of ramie Haven in ,Diston on the Island holdings -, we would have lost the war monthsago I ::......................1...11......1NN.. .. ...;...;....1N:1.. .......:.;.....1,1. ....:1N. .........................................................................1N11NN.. .. .. .. ..N1.:...N. ...:.................................................NN..N11... .. .. .. ..'.'
," and warned further, unless we ::
of J. E. Beardsley. I : :::
This development is under 'the stop this unnecessary waste,. the .

sponsorship of the Sea Island Mills, country will face bankruptcy. I VOTE WITH
textile Conklin also said he favored "a 1 ASSURANCE
Inc., of New York, large I
manufacturers, headed by Harry return to state's" rights and local .

Neiman who visited the local devel- self government, claiming that : .:.

opment last week. It is under the every branch of state, county and I :: 4o4 :!:
local government is in some way un-
immediate supervision of Dr. A. C. 4

Whitford, fiber technologist, who der the thumbs of the Federal Government I l Frank D.

has been in Moore Haven for sev- and promising "to fight for J
the doctrine that will perpetuate 18
eral months to arrange for plantingof
the crop and to make tentative stars in the Flag, not just one star." -
Other planks of his platform, he
for :
plans for a plant location pro-
cessing the ramie. O. H. Bond is said, are "to win the war," and winit 1,1 v uh M I

earliest moment, Upchurch
at the possible
the superintendent and will be per-
manently located here. I and. "white supremacy," in which ,
discussion he called for a stop to
Dr. Whitford points out that although -'
the agitation of races and denied
the development is concerned I
that he was playing on race pre-
chiefly with the production of judice in an effort to get votes. I j
that seventy-five other For'Govern'
ramie some
"My stand on the racial questionis i' r
from native wild
fiber plants ranging
not based on racial hatred, it is ::: :i:
hibiscus to plants from Asia, Africa, I
based on racial pride and this should
South America and the Pacific Islands -
satisfy anyone without outsiders

them are will being be planted best to adapted see whichof to established trying to break by God down and the thereby barriers pro- I .l, His Liberal, Progressive Program ;j

growth on the muck soils. Othei'experiments claim us an inferior race," Conklin ::: has ;
will determine the I .. g7 wonStateWide ::.

amount of fiber contained in these stated. ::
"The rule or ruin crowd has join- ::
plants and thus it will be ascertained Acclaim
ed forces in the cry of slush funds y
whether or not commercial pro-
and robble rousing. They are con- Y hi
duction is feasible. "

Any expansion program is handicapped demned'campaign by has their been own run words.within My the ::i:: Voters must obtain from Mr. Upchurch's personal ,appearance and ::

by shortage of labor and legal financial limits set by the : ::.: utterance that he is a man of firm convictions hacked by a clean :::
but a minimum of 500
acres is planned here during the state law, and you and I have seen :;: record. He practices no evasion-Tampa Morning Tribune. ::
the hundreds of billboards 'advocat-
next three and this length of ". I
will be years materially shortened if ing the election of one of my appon- :!: Political advertisement-Prfd for by_friends_ of F. D. Upchurch :!:

labor conditions' improve. The ents, who is backed by powerful fi- 1:1. ...:.N.N.:...N.NIN. ..............N.:/.NII. .:.N.ti.........N.N.N......N.N.N.N/N. .N.N.N.NIN. ..N.N..N..N..N..M..N..N..N..N..N.N.H..N..N..N..N.M..N..H..N..N..N. .M..N.N.NIN. .N.N..ti.N..N..NIN/WIN. .N.11:..

State Prison Farm at Belle Glade .,.,. ....y? : :
-' d _.
has agreed to plant 230 acres of : __ ___ T : --- ._ J '__ .;;;: : ',', ;f yf"t. .:, ...-ltu.- ._ _.J !1!>_ :-:. -'_ :-_ __, : __," ,
ramie which will also be processedhere.

Tentative arrangements have

been made with the city commis-

sion for a site for a processing plantin Is Senator Pepper More Interested In

Moore Haven and it is quite like- .

ly that within a few months a decor- ,.I... v-.;'. ,. .. .... .
ticating and re-gumming plant'' will ''-r..' .' "
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.:: War Profiteers" .. ;
Than Inv
be erected. The de-gumming process \t J ::: .::
is for the removal of saps and '0 ; "
gums from the fibers and the decor- ... ..;.... ..; .. ,
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ticating process separates the fibers '1'1 :. ;:.:,"? the ;War ? ", :. ,'..>- t 5 &.. : .. (; .
and makes them available for weav- Winning .
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ing into cloth. Any necessary- pro- .:- t' ;." ;' w : ,:;Lo..' "! <.' JJ''Ytt: :' .: ': .
cessing of other fiber crops grown '

will also be done at this plant. Mr. il" :' :
Neiman, head of the company, ;.::;,;

J pointed weaving out while looms here will that probably experimental t? ;j/-V., CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, SAYS: :if-'i. I

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also be set up but he considered it < ': ; .1. -1X.:

unlikely that 'a textile mill would be :
: In its report after investigation into the causes cerned in the purchase "to the necessity of Senate ".> :
considered at time in immediate
any the for the delay in the construction of Eglin Field, an confirmation" for their promotions. ,.'- ..
future unless it could be ',', Army air field at Valpariso. Florida, and the air port The, Committee concludes its report with the'a

proven economically feasible to set 'at Pensacola, Florida, that it was caused by the statement in reference to Senator Pepper "The Com '..:.::i-"' "
up such a mill in this area. successful fight of Senator Pepper to force the Govmittee deplores most strongly the fact that any '

Dr. Whitford points out that there ernment to buy the asphalt from the Pan American members of Congress would exert sufficient influ- .,: : .'( .
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has been no stock sold to carry out '.. Petroleum Corporation, represented by a law firm ence, and that an established government agency ,

this development and that there will ,4 with which he once had connection, at a price much would be so susceptible to such influence, as, to .. :, '

not be, at least until all experimental :. higher than the low bid. This was done says the cause unwarranted delay in the completion of a. .'." "< ..,.;J.
committee by references made by Senator Pepper in project so essential to ,the development of the national :}'f:' <,
work is ;
completed and the busi-
.' y .. a heated discussion with government officials con- I defense." '1P.,' '.' ..
ness placed on a sound economic "

basis.. t.\: : < : -
Ramie is the strongest fiber knownto .. .

man, twelve times stronger than :; :; '.'' FOR HIS ACTIVITIES IN THE ASPHALT DEALPepper ,._: :::-.. )<:::: :.J .
cotton, eight times stronger than flax ; '
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:' from which linen =: ( : ;!
is made and twiceas : .
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strong as :Manila hemp. When Is Condemned J ...., 'T

properly treated it is not brittle and ... ,, ; t
Is softer and more absorbent than .: .

: any other vegetable fiber known. It BY for intervention in the war and his motives for: intervention -, .r: "'-
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.; can be blended with almost any other in the oil company deal." ,-' '. .' > :". ;! ,
.. material and has already been usedto
produce beautiful textiles blended Senator Walter F. George; after refusing to BY THE NATION ':" ', .
recommend the purchase of asphalt from the Pan :.
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with and with
rayon cotton. The I :
,: American Petroleum Corporation or anyone else, said: : .'
chief use will be for the The Washington Daily had this to say : .:\ ,
manufac- "
"I deplore political interference I.n government coneditorially about this asphalt deal: "Yesterday an .1' ,} :!',
ture of
shirtings and tropical "
suit- tracts.. article byThomas L. Stokes, concerning Senator :;. ,;:
Ings. It dan be fabricated
by etiher "
: Pepper and a rather sticky asphalt contract for an 0 :'
the worsted, woolen or cotton pros BY THE REPULICANS Army Air Corps field in Florida, precipitated more '.l\? '."

cesses. : than an hour of lively debate in the U.:, S. Senate. '. '"
It is estimated that ramie on the i Then all the remarks were 'expunged' from the .:: '

muck will produce 1500 pounds of Senator Tobey said in reference to Senator Pepper record, because some of the things said seemed to :. :..: :>,::*
.available fiber per acre per year +It when this same asphalt deal came up for discussion reflect upon the motives of certain, members of 'that ,< r, **;
":'. is a perennial plant which lasts for on the floor of the Senate: "When a high government august body." : '.' --.f;
official beats the drums| for war which will result "We wish here merely to say that this newspaper ':'.:,-.
an indefinite period and being almost I in huge profits .to cert lIiT1fmpanies; in- the United is not bound by the protocol of 'senatorial '. ; '::

pure cellulose resists! attacks ofvermin .J'. States, and when that*same. high government official courtesy'. The facts we. have published about the !r:;
mold' and diseases. It is". .. '..";;<':;J" ., uses his:'high. office"by active intervention* asphalt contract will not ,be' 'expunged' from our -:"'::}

probably that when the company is ,.. : h. ,: "f'b, alf of a great oil company in the matter of bldst columns Our sentiments were expressed by an .. t '., .
i- organized that it will be willing to ';.., ;11 .. ;',' ". for contracts where the contract should go to the officer from the Army Corps of Engmeers.who, having ',. .... ; .:':' '
buy stalks on a long term contract J. ;;. '", lowest bidder, the danger is that the people may looked into the facts by order of Assistant Sec"i.; : ;: :l ", :

: basis from farmers in the area for ( :believe that there is a connection between his appeal retary',.of War Patterson, commented: 'It stinks'." ', : '.-:'.i:,; :: :9 I
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which would put every doctor' on "
t the federal payroll, would be the

t. opening type of profession wedge for and socializing business.every '::-the fear Profiteers are SpendlfJJ

. He made a further attack on the f "'J'
' "bureaucratic form of government" I .' $250 000 00" espera.te ;, :
in discussing the' "Elimination of a.. ..: .);: ;:::....ft!".,.. ..

dictators" plank of his platform, .. .

..r charging that each bureau is controlled Effort re-elect Senator ,

t., by a dictator and that under : '
this system Constitutional right of Chwde 7

American citizens are nonexistant."We : Pepper
did a'swell job in World WarI ,

without 3,000 bureaus and the i'
necessity of filling out countless Paid Political Advertisement-Paid for by Friends of J. Ollie Edmunds

forms, Conklin declared, as he .'-' -.. .. _:: --: tE.: 2:' ,E; ;;;V21 :Ll'is.a*", -Ua.Klr.: :!' 'L ''t ""-' =-- h-S:: ;;!


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,Senator the members of a colored Baptist I I "In the same ratio," he went on, more American who will return." the following parcels of land in HEN- I
Pepper- "to shorten 'this war by only so "I, cannot promise you a soft DRY COUNTY, Florida:
church and the only whites presentwere SE?: and E% of SW',4. Section 7; I
--L- I much as one minute means that 17 I war, the senator concluded, "butI s1of Section 19; I
and the chairman of
(Continued from page 1,' Sec 1)) myself more boys will come home and three can promise you that I shall as N% of Section 29, Township 46 I
emphasized the fact that during his I' the California democratic state com- seconds saved means the life of oneSUXNY I in the past seven and one-half :years 880 South acres., Range 32 East! containing
mittee. But 'the opposition is distributing .
., term, acting on seven presidential support every measure calculated to Sale of the above will be subject '
pictures of myself being hasten the day of the certain vic- to existing grazing lease which
vetoes, he has voted five times to I 'expires December .
escorted'by the arm by a negro elderto 16. 19:16.This
override and twice to sustain., tory. Notice is published in com-
I the rostrum and another show-
"It was the enmity I incurred on "pliance with Sections 270.08 and 270.09,
ing me behind the pulpit as evidence Florida Statutes 1941.
the part of the big corporate heads," I NOTICE
I' that I am advocate of racial \ The Trustees reserve the right to
and said Senator Pepper, "when I Tallahassee, Florida reject any and all bids.
I voted to sustain President Roosevelt equality. April 13, 1944. BY ORDER of: the Trustees of the
on the tax bill which has given ,. "On that occasion, as I'' shall I Trustees NOTICE of is the'hereby Internal given ImprovementFund that the .Internal Improvement Fund.

rise to the propaganda that I am a continue to do whenever it will aid of the State of Florida will offer SPESSARD L. HOLLAND Governor.,
in shortening the war I called up- for sale and receive competitive bids Attest:
mere yes man. My reply is that on i I
at Tallahassee, Florida Tuesday, May F. C. Elliot,
legislation which imposes a on the negro church folks to con- 23rd, 1944, at 12:00 o'clock I Secretary.
any I NOON, for No. 55-April 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19.
penalty on eight citizens out of ten tribute their proper and humble I

in order to benefit one, I shall, if I part in the liberation .of all con- h ,)) fiV j44 / ..H..x..: given the opportunity, do it again." tinents, all nations and all colors I.:.i.:_: *.w...
Senator Pepper pointed out that from the tyranny of dictatorshipand .'.
the present tax law was enacted the misery of oppression. And +_. ELECT ..;..

over Mr. Roosevelt's veto imposesan that statement, which any patri-

.J additional burden of $15 on the otic citizen of whatever color or EARL S. ROYER .t
taxpayer who earns $2,500. political or religious creed would

"At the same time," the speaker -' also make in similar circumstances, X
has been distorted into the smear- y
declared, "it takes off $1,000
from the tax of the citizen in the ing assertion that I favor the destruction :I:: COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3:i:

$25,000 a year bracket and in the of the white democratic Iy
case of those with incomes in past primary." I :;:, DISTRICT NO. 4, DENAUD :!:

years of a million, it gives back. to In discussing his record the sen- '# a gc"11, I. ::* .;. .

them no less than $500,000. I am ator went back -to his early advocacy, :: 1r ta | Resident of Hendry County for 31 years. .:i:,
for the doctrine of Thomas Jefferson of preparedness, his support of lend-
which favors those of small inComes lease, selective service and the appropriations :?:., Graduate civil engineer, )vith long' time practice :.:.

I and I am irrevocably againstthe and policies through :;::* on public works, four years of which ,were spent in ;;:
theory of Alexander Hamilton which the United States has becomethe
giving the burdens to the poor." greatest naval power in the :$!: the vicinity of Clewiston with the U. S. Government :!:

In 'taking up the charges of what world and now possesses"a modernly 1 I :*. and sugar corporation interests.. ::
lIe called "slushfund'can'didates" equipped fighting force of 11,000- '_.
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as to his alleged inter-racial views 000 men "beneath the' power of .> (Paid Political Adv.) .?:.
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consideration. to all with
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instruc- however, the needed part has in several days. If the
Navy Pier's school offers gone district office "Current available
:..:-+-:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..):..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..I tion for both aviation machinist's out of production or other circumstances is unable to locate the part, it I I lard are at a high level.supplies" Bowles of,
mates and aviation metalsmithI prevent the order being im- will forward the request to the ODT
I I Airplane motors, wiring and assembly nearby facilities. regional office, which will, in cooperation -I said, "and we have enoti shortening

With I comprise the machinist's 2. If the old part cannot easilybe I with the War Production i; and salad and coot ':ue ells: on

I course; metalsmiths learn the main- reconditioned or repaired, 'contact Board, take steps to expedite delivery -I I hand to meet civilian. c?tiand8..

[itenance and repair of the airplane all local and nearby parts dis- from the factory. I I Thus, there is no need O eqnlre '

Our (I structure. Both groups received in- tribution jobbers, dealers and. used I point currency as a mea. Ql con-
Hi Boysin ''stmction in the principles of flight.I parts dealers. No Points RequiredFor ,: trolling movement of '...."'D.. com.
I mediately filled. In this event, oper- modities."

theService I An Eighth' AAF Bomber Station, ators of commercial motor equip- Shortenings, Oils I.I I Lard was made point free earlyin
:England-The promotion of J. Eu- ment may then: I I March because of improvement

r gene Goodbread, 27, from the rankof 4. Appeal to the Maintenance According to 'OP A Administrator ;1 in supplies. OPA said the run of
Y second lieutenant to first lieutenant Specialist at the nearest District Of- I.Chester Bowles, shortening and ; hogs to market continues heavy and

( has been announced by'Eighth fice of the Office of Defense Trans :rationed salad and cooking oils were : that the ample lard stocks for cooking -
I AAF Headquarters "somewhere in portation. Through an elaborate to be purchased point-free, effective 1 was a factor in the reduction of
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,England." Lieutenant Goodbread Isl system set up for searching for as of Sunday, April 16. Ration rationed oils to a zero point rating.

(serving with a heavy bomber squadron critically needed parts, the ODT can I value of such products was four red Butter and margarine are not affected -
.... ... .. . .. of the Eighth air force, stationed usually locate the wanted part with points .
N NAM N N NCH : :N :N:N:1.:N: :NN:N N: :N NN: : : a pound. by the action.
in England, as co-pilot of the I .
A. J. (Jack) Kinzie left yester- I' 4
I Flying Fortress, "Fools Rush In. A ,
for Camp George Meade, Md., "
day 'commissary manager in civilian life,
after spending a furlough of several he is the s'on of Mis. Maggie V. Good- THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .: : '\
in Clewiston. Jack is '
days ;bread, South, Bay, Fla. !,
a former employee of U. S. S. C. and E ; ., ;. ,' I '
had plenty of friends with whom to f ,. ./ !i.", :.:.' )
I fI Your new editor feels that this >::;:.;:- 1 _. /
visit during his all too short stay
column is the most important fea-

here. I ture of this newspaper for most of I I II _,u I
I our boys receive the paper and are i

Pfc. Jimmy Hall has the misfor- :;anxious to keep up with the acti- rr .:, '

tune of being the first (so far as we I!vities of their Clewiston buddies as '..
have heard) Clewiston boy to be I I well as the home town news. We I

caught by the recent War Department I hope that we shall be able to con-

order which sent many train tinue to make it as interesting as it !
ees in the Air Corps back into the has been made by Mrs. Bowden but

infantry. Jimmy has been stationed I we can only hope to do so by your a. i iI I

at the University of Missouri for cooperation. Any news from that

training in the :Air Corps technical boy or girl in service, no matter how ,
work and that he distinguished him trivial it may seem to them or to ; } t r
self in that training is indicated bya I you will be welcomed. Stop us on '

three-page article in the March issue the street and tell us, telephone us,

of "The Shamrock," U. of' il.l,write us a card or slip a note under -

engineering publication, on jet the office door should it chance to l'
gelled aircraft of which he was the be closed when you call. The method r' c'
author. But the all embracing or- of communicating the news is r

der caught Jimmy, with many others mmaterial. Just make certain we El J

and now he's in an. infantrycamp don't miss it. 1
Camp Rucker. Ala. Cheer up Ii | I ,
i Jimmy, the foot soldiers are the ones I
i who'll have to really win this war [How To Get Truck: ". I I

after all.r !Parts Is Outlined ,,.. r. .... 'I
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;' S. Sgt. Jack Moorman, who returned I I '
home last November after Hundreds of broken down trucks .! l
t completing his required number of ,and buses are lying idle throughoutthe I
missions ,as a bombardier in the southeast because their owners \ ; -

.Mediterauean theatre and was sent I and many small garagemen have not I
Instructor's School yet learned how to go about getting
r." at to Buckingham the Central following a few I the critical parts needed for their "The war stories I like best, Judge, are away and fight this war don't want to comeback !
the ones by the special writers and find that prohibition has been
r.. weeks of rest at Miami Beach, has I repair, the Office of Defense Transportation overseas put I'
finished his instructors course and and the War Production who live right with our troops. They give over on them while they were away...either a

t: now. is awaiting assignment. Board reported yesterday.In us a better idea of how our men react nationally or locally.They have heard_about i

f a joint statement, district of- __ to things going on over there and back the attempts being made and they resent I

,'. G. M. Ford stated this week that fices of the two federal agencies here at home." it bitterly." \ j

p;::. while letters are infrequent,. they pointed out that despite war time "I agree with you, Sam. I never miss one "I agree with them, Judge, even though ;

i.\\" ,do come through from Lt. Morris } scarcities, parts are now available of those stories in the papers or magazines. I don't happen to drink myself. Further-
keep essential vehicles in opera- : And there's thing those writers I don't think it's fair for at horns
Ford who is a prisoner of war ,in Ito| .-: one seem to more, us I .
Germany. Apparently he and,his i tion. ,' agree on no matter where they are stationed to be making any major change whUa' i

buddies are being well-fed and de- I However, many small truck operators with our men...and that is that the men 10,000,000 of our fighting men are away and

i- cently treated but they rely on packages including a large number of who have left their homes and families to go have no chance to express their opinions.! "

II|sL. from home for candies and I farmers, have not .yet learned how
;. cigarettes. It is unfortunate that to go about getting the needed parts.

; no more packages are permitted to I. Here are the rules listed by E. R. This advertisement sponsored by Conference of Alcoholic Barrett Tndiat3( &tJ.

[:.. be sent but still mighty good that Rowland, ODT District Manager in J I
most of those which are permitted i i Tampa, and Tampa WPB District --

do get through. | Manager Herbert A. Brennan for L .....o.c"t.:.,... .::.;= D.7"" :;.=!l' r-,' ... J "
the guidance of garagemen, parts
Recent graduation* *ceremonies at dealers, and owners of essential YOU ARE ENTITLED TO A REAL CONGRESSMANA -

the Naval Training School (Aviation -
) located at the Naval Air Tech- 1. _Do not attempt to get a need- Partial Outline ,of What Mr. Sherrill Advocates \7
nical Training Cent 'r. Navy Pier, ed part if the old part can be repaired -
reconditioned by local or WINNING THE WAIL
Chicago, Ill., saw Bluejacket Arlington S ,A.
1 Lee Vickers, 18, son of Mr. and 3. If the part cannot be located, He will actively, support our Commander-in-Chief 'and help win early decisive victory.

; Mrs. Henry Parson Johnson, Clew- then have a dealer, jobber. or parts WINNING PERMANENT PEACETo

Jston receive recognition as eligibleto distributor fill out a WPB "Certifi- the end that our loved ones shall not have fought in vain, or go to war again. -

qualify for the petty officer rateof cate for Emergency Repair Order"and CARING FOR VETERANS
it with his orderto
forward along
aviation machinist's mate third I He will work to give them complete modern hospitalization, optional vocational training. generous
manufacturer of the part. '
class. the pensions for the disabled, and real jobs for all able to work.
I This WPB order will receive a factory -
all stock orders
specialty school on the basis of his priority will over usually be made He will support a National Program to give adequate pensions to the aged, the disabled, and
recruit training test scores which in- and delivery widows with dependent children
dicated aeronautical ability. I within two weeks. Sometimes, .. ..

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Willis Sherrill


:: Specializing In Everglades SurveysPHONE .

NO. 66 CLEWISTON, FLA. ,.:: .....

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PETER ii CUNNiNGHAMThe 0 .In CongressIn

and His Post-War Plan
Candidate for Congress -
I May 2nd Democratic Primar
I -Jobs-real Jobs, and not promises for the :re-
l turned servicemen.
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fc-The maintenance of an Army, Navy and r x 'o-
Air Corps second to none. @ *
of Bill H. B. 1649, or sim ,1 rF; re--'i:1
r.I i 3-The passage adequate old-age pension, to relieve sf.L He advocates abolishment of the 'isms forced: upon us during the WorldWar, and .a speedy :
unemployment.A turn to gmemment by the people for the people ,.i.

"; I high standard of living for the working Y r 1i GIVING EQUAL RIGHTS TO WOMEN <" .. S .;

i man and, his white-collar co-worker. He will actively support legislation to give omen,equaljrJglvts. with men. '
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law prohibiting destruction of battle- HELPING LABOR : /- ; ; :

h rJ 5.4.or the, planes sale ,of military any armament equipment or or supplies camps; ; Mr. Sherrill is a friend of labor, and believes that organized labor bcnefitted all
to racketeers or foreign agents. However, classes .of labor. S S ..',.& I
the merchant or farmer, aa well as cities, ',' ,, S r i
',-" counties and States sh uld be able to lease s AIDING AGRICULTURE .,'v
;3.. or purchase trucks, tractors and supplies He will support Federal Aid for research and experiments to discover nero >s', and new uses, :
.;: as may fill their needs. Peter J. means and methods, for old crops; *to fully develop our vast natural resources of climate, sea, Jake,
-Conversion of such military camps, camp CunninghamMr. an and equipment as shall not be Cunningham has h Florida farmers and products against ruinous foreign competition; and equalization crt c'bh:
isolation Mr.
\ needed, to sanitariums and camps
for victims of tuberculosis and other infections been a lifelong Demo rates to promote industrial employment and development.A .
I and contagions diseases. crat, a veteran of ) ,
f: World War 1, a lawyer ,more comprehensive outline of Mr. Sherrill's. platform principles may; be obtained by write. .
resident of Palm I
f-Highway, waterway harbor improvements and I
r.:' mosquito production.control, lifting the ban on sugar past Beach twenty County 3 ears.for the SHERRILL HEADQUARTERS, P. O. Box 2583, West Palm Beach. Florida :

Your Influence and Vote Will Be Appreciated HE WILL JUSTIFY YOUR. FAITH IN HIMraid

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Railroad Candidate Noted for its wealth of flowers, if all the money paid recipients of: SKICVICKS AT BIG BEAR -"Ibe --, t
the city and suburban gardens have a basket dinner on the chapel:
I old-age assistance was divided by the SUNDAY, APRIL 23 (
Asks South Florida contributed thousands of blossoms grounds. "
number of r"'nients," Commissioner :
which the women are using in 'i| The fceverencl | There will also] be :.
Alexander Linn, a song serviceat
To of -1
.1 I Consider Office 'decorating the hotel where duringthe Hiatt had asked the district board I!
the Coral
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Caldwellwill to explain. "As a matter of fact," Way Presbyterian Church the chapel in the afternoon. :1': .
I of Miami
speak at a specialservice f
the explanation had o
continued, "a I
greet and thanK their home --
Angus Williams, of Tampa, spent at Big Bear Beach Chapel, I :
good:; of the needier
many old-age
friends and others for the celebra- ,
several hours
here Tuesday in the Lakeport, on Sunday, sat
April 23, at Attend
recipients Are now getting the the JuniorSenior.DancE }
interest of his candidacy for railroad tion and for their encouragement in max- 12 noon.FoIIowing'. > '
'I!!. commissioner, contacting his political race.. More flowers are hnum grant of $40.00 per month, the | the Recreation Hall tomorrovrnight. ,-:
as many while some of the least needy cases; service there will .:
friends' and voters during the time J,ready for decorating the stage and :
he was able to spend here Mr. Williams I bamdshell where he will deliver his are receiving the minimum of $x.00 )
per month; It is unreasonable to .,
Homecoming address Friday night. I' (
is opposing W. B. Douglas, of
: that those
suppose receiving $40.00per
Lake City, who has held the office I Set features of the program includean' i .
would be reduced to
for 12 years. afternoon reception, a radio address $24.00, or that those,receiving 3.00 I' FACTS YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUTED
The Hillsborotigh county commis- )I and the big rally at the bank would be increased to $24.00. As
park at 8:30. Arrangements
sioner is have
attempting to arouse the the old-age program: is strictly an
voting public to a keener interest *n been made by members of the Leon assistance program, the amount rf BAKER

the personnel and affairs of the County Caldwell-for-Governor club each grant must bex based, on the ,
railroad commission. "Too many of which Jack Simmons' is presi- need of the person to whom it is

'. .; Florida voters," he said, "think that dent. paid." ,_: Cc ndido i e for Governor

the railroad commission is a board This event will cause Caldwell to Hiatt called attention to the fact .

that affects only transportation, pause only a few hours from his I that the state Welfare Board had

telephone and telegraph companies.As campaign tour. On the way from previously authorized an increase in ,4;;?:: : \ ':
a matter of fact, it affects vital- Jacksonville Friday he will speakat
I the old-age grant, using funds gua- : ..
ly the' pocketbook of Lake City, Live Oak
and Madison.
every consumer -
ranteed by the cigarette tax
and thatit
in the state. Rulings of the Saturday morning at 9:30 he will was possible tit make a second increase Baker-The ManEd <
board, and rates and '''regulations visit Havana, stopping at >
Quincy, only because of an unusuallygood : ; Ed Baker was born in Plant "
made by them, determine to a large Chattahoochee, Chipley Graceville, ";-0!
The City 44
season. second distribution years ago-served In 1
extent the price paid for produce Marianna, Bon i fay DeFuniak 1 "
he said, would be made in j Navy in World War I-in ,]
.... ,.,. both here and in states where Florida Springs, Crestview, Milton (his old I
cr ,
April to all except a few whose cases s S business for self for 8 ..
produce is marketed." home town), arriving in Pensacolaat have not been '
.reviewed. I
I 8:00 as yet 'a"a r business manager Palm Beach :J
He pointed out the fact that the Saturday evening for
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railroad commission had not had I a rally in the historic Plaza. I II G" four years Superintendent "
I of Harry-Anna Crippled 2s
a member elected from South Flor- ,
ida for 30 years, and stated that ; Old-Age Grant Increased Children's home for 10 '.:'

farmers of the section years State senator in 1943 :;
I had not re- '
From $18.50to $24.00 ROOSEVELTFor I > legislature.
ceived the consideration they deserved Member Masons,

from the board. "All three railroad i Per MonthState Elks, American Legion, Kiwanis ;::

commissniners are from. n _email_ I 4 Club, Presbyterian. :;
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,area in the northern part of the I 1 :' Church. ";
-- -. state. The whole area from Alachua I.. Welfare Commissioner; ; Le- PRESIDENT I i

county south has no representation. j i land W. Hiatt, has called the at- I WHAT HE STANDS ,FOR .

It is time it should have," said 'Mr. I I tention of the District 8 Welfare
Williams. i I( These are thoDelegates ED BAKER stands for business-like, constructive operation

: |I- of the State government

Homecoming Rally 1|revenues have made it possible to to voto fort ... .' for promotion of Florida as a Recreationland ,

For Caldwell increase from $18.50 the per average month ola-age to 24.00 grant State At Large I with state advertising programfor -

I . enlargement; of Florida agricultural production
per month, this does not mean that
(At Tallahassee all recipients will get the latter MENWalter I greater assistance to farmers ,through dis-

I amount or the same amount, according P. Fuller 'I tribution and marketing service, and extension of .
TALLAHASSEE, ,April 20-Spe-( to announcement yesterday of Ernest Overstreet' experiment stationsfor. .

cial-Preparations) have been made f Mr. C. Parker Anderson, District Bill Shayne ,I . enlargement of new industry and enlargement
by the people of the Capital City Board chairman. The explanation, ,
WOMEN of established industries, with special efforts to
" A for the Homecoming rally Friday i Hiatt had said, would clear up con-
reduced for Floridafor
I rates
freight -
for Millard Caldwell Tallahassee siderable misunderstanding that ha: Mrs. Walter Clark
citizen recognized as a leading con- has found to exist generally: Mrs. Beulah Hooks II . improved school system, better and more
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I' tender' in the race for governor of I "By average old-age grant is meant Hannah equitable pay for teachers, education opportunityand

Florida. I I I the figure that would be arrived at"Let's Mrs. Hoyden'McK, jobs for returning service men and women,

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Sixth plan for elderly people for protection of labor's
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:VAGE fl, ::jEC; 2. CLEWISTOX NEWS_ __ FRIDAY, APIIIL 21.. 1944

I down to whether such charges as peers 1 ", who have made immense for- 1-

CHARGES AGAINST were made in the case Wiggins tunes because of political favoritism. \

should be left to the state, o r "This crumbling political machine
whether the government may Invart must go to the scrap heap if the

SHERIFF: WIGGINSQUASHEDJONDAY the rights of the state on the sup people' of Florida are to avoid fur- 1 THIS IS

position that the state may fail to ther regimentation, further encroachment i

do its duty." upon their rights as I '' .
citizens of.a free state in a free and I
Although Wiggins case has been ,
I called .a peonage case the statut,. said.sovereign. nation,"' Judge- .Edmunds_ r '>? ViaThe' Man

A federal indictment brought is not the one under which peonage
"Senator has said that the
;more than a year ago against SheriffJ. I usually is charged. This statute applies Pepper
J. Wiggins of Glades 'County particularly to .a state office war will be a failure, the peace will
be lost unless he is returned to the FORCongress
charging him with peonage for having who, "under color of law," subjects U2ir4!
I Senate. The ,only men who is indis-
"ensla, ved negro prisoners a prisoner to slavery or a different,
pensable to this nation is the
the county jail and having. forced punishment than that -intended. Amer-I
ican in the fighting forces
them to work without remunera- I Would Give U. S. Control
offering his life to protect the
tion on his cattle ranch west of ; Enforcement of the statute, lawyers ditional tra-I,
principles of freedom
outs of
Moore\ Haven, was thrown said, would give Washington
L justice for which' and upon which
Orlando Judge
court Monday in by control over the handling of prisoners -
this nation was founded and is approaching ,
Dozier DeVane. If upheld this decision I
in every city, county and state
the height of her greatest
is seen as a victory for state'srights -
prison in the country. glory," Judge Edmunds said.
and a signal for Washington Dwight L. ROGERS
Wiggins was indicted in June,
to keep its hands off state officials. | .I
1943,. and charged with having removed -
Acting virtually at the invitation i ., -- HE GAVE US -
I a negro, Albert Kemp aidothers 0 Q'e
of the circuit court of appeals at
j from the Glades County jail
New Orleans and the United States HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
I to his farm and of having- "corrI -
court, Judge DeVane
I pelled, forced and co'erced the said
-quashed the Wiggins indictment on Saving hundreds of dollars for Florida Home Owners-
Albert Kemp against his will to remain -
the ground that the law under whichit Friend of Labor-Benefactor
'(1 and work as a sla\e." of the SchoolsLet's
was brought was unconstitution-
al.: I I The case was argued early in January .1 -Paid Political Adv.
indictment be and at that time motions to Paid'
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quashed, Mabry, leaves, Carlton and quash were denied. But because uu .

White of Tampa, and R. E. Ham- the illness of Wiggins' wife, a ma- h

rick, of Okeechobee, called attentionto I terial witness, trial was postponed. \

two recent decisions by the New_ Meantime, the opinions with their

Orleans. and United States supreme I I'Courts' I "suggestions. were received. i Send Washington Experience To Congress

in which it was "suggested"that

the law authorizing federal Edmunds Goes On
courts to prosecute state officials OUR _

was unconstitutional. I Record As CandidateFor "

Plan Quick Appeal '

District Attorney Herbert S. Phil-" Senate

lips, who with Turner L.. Smith, of I New 6th Florida District!
Washington. special assistant to theattorney I JACKSONVILLE, April 19 '

general, argued the case (Special) Mild-mannered, digni-

before Judge DeVane, said that be-I fied Judge J. Ollie Edmunds, candi- 1:M:NIIi N N N N NI.1 NIIi 11 N:..:N:MIN N 1.:NIN NIN.
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cause of the imnortance of- the .,date for the United States Senate,
tii ;oi ;d--an appeal would be went to the record this week in the FRANK C. RALLS has been working with

taken straight to Washington. I climax of his spectacular campaign r Florida Congressmen for TEN YEARS!

The Judge's Ruling 'for one of the nation's most Important .-
The judge held in his order filedn offices.Newspaper .

} federal court in Tampa Monday, I r w '
polls over the state,
'"that the charges no of-
indictment which can not' be, taken lightly, } FRANK C. RALLS
United knows'personally and co
fense against the laws of the -
show Judge Edmunds to be an increasing -
r States and that said section 52, operates with hundreds of Congressmen and
fvaorite in the field .of fivs,
title 18, U. S. C. A., upon which the -4 Government Officials!
which includes the fiery campaigner -
indictment is based, is unconstitutional -I!I
Senator Claude Peppier.- ,.
in that it fails to fix any
"The time, has cpme," Judge Ed-
ascertainable standard of guilt and I
munds said, "when the record, must
denies to persons charged with vio- be opened." 'z,: k FRANK C. RALLS will use this EXPERIENCE
lating the right to be definitely and "
of the specific "A candidate for 're-election must RESULTS for
'crime certainly charged against them. stand or fall by ,that record. If he .k ,? r< OUR DISTRICT! '

In the New Orleans decision Cir- apologizes and repents, it is then up I
to the voters to determine whether
law was unconstitutional, but he did
'Cuit Judge Waller suggested that the I the apology is accepted and whether
repentance is sincere," Judge Ed-
to not pass on its validity. Judge / ;1' FRANK C. RALLS is a Citrus Grower at Fort
.Sibley, dissenting, said that the munds : Pierce, was born in Orlando and lived for
statutory words of the section "The record shown, for example,
at Arcadia. He knows
1 "taken in their'full swing would involve that Senator Pepper has permittedhis years every corner of

| startling consequences." I statements about the war and OUR DISTRICT and will LISTEN to our

.' ,All of which, as Phillips said, boils i his actions in connection with the citrus growers, farmers, cattle men. labor I ,
__ I Frank C. Rails fishermen and
war to become inconsistent."An business men.FRANK ,

investigation by .the Military NIH i VV 1i.1 NI vv N.v N1111 V ININ 1 N N, '
Affairs Committee of the House of ,.r, I
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to Representatives of the Congress of : .:: t. t-
,the United States resulted in severe '. ;
'HW' "
I condemnation of Senator Pepper for .
his interference in the constructionof

I Eglin Field Military'Affairs near Valparaiso C. RALLS is a WORLD WAR VETERAN and Member of the AMERICAN
Fla. The Committee '

I > !' said that Senator Pepper's political LEGION. His background qualifies him to work on War and Post-War Problems. t

I interest in an oil company,

which was bidding on asphalt' for the .
After The War job, held up construction on the \ _

Field for 30 days at a critical period

1_ You Will Want To when the nation was' preparing .to FRANK C. RALLS is a firm believer in ADEQUATE PENSIONS for our returning -

defend ,itself. .

Build A Home "The committee further con- veterans and I the old. folks. .He will work for substantial. increases. in Federal. aid.

demned Senator Pepper for threaten- ..

"jng two government officials, with
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loss' of promotion if failed to "H
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It Will Pay You To see to it that this special oil company -

4 got the asphalt contract. I FRANK C. BALLS will work for simplified income tax and other federal reports.

:, Buy Your Lots "So bitterly;, was Senator Pepper '
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'. condemned by] other Senators for his J : ...
'" actions that the matter was deleted
i : NOWCLEWISTON from the Congressional Record,

'" I Itf :"f I which publishes daily proceedings in. FRANK C. RALLS will fight to reduce the federal meddling now worrying our

Congress. Senators, were ashamed ,people and ,to remove price ceilings on our crops which have no ceilings on disasters
... to have such matter in the'record of ,

'J .,.'. their proceedings. and weather. He has the experience and contacts necessary to win this fight.

: "At this very moment in many
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cities from one end of Florida to the .

,. REALTY other, 'an army of political storm ,I '
Help Build Our District's Future "
troopers a paid gestapo. is going
and DEVELOPMENT. from door to door, in many instances

intimidating voters in a vain effort

CORPORATION; ,I:>:,4. maintain a nefarious political WITH VOTES FOR

/ ..: Ito in power. This machiixe;'i"i.
ng well oiled! by the war'profi- .,...!.tt- I.. .;



t"t'ia M More revenue needed? Com DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR '
y Q ;.- l .' mon sense' tells us increased
business, NOT new taxes is the
l : I answer Sen. Ernest R. Gra
F r' ham, war veteran, farmer, business
y.qr .Yy man has PROVEN in his CON G RES s r'
G. ;E OWN business. he knows the '. .

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time We'll Understand. I'!be done 'at a minimum of cost. of political racketeers and foreign I trucks, 'tractors and supplies as may

: LAST RITES FOR i Interment was in 'the Ortona :,! Cunningham is opposed to the I agents I it may be' used against fill their? needs. *

Cemetery, Rev. Hendrix conducting !l:post-war destruction of our army in a third world war. US'I THE CONVERSION of such military -

;. CAPT. HARDY ARE the short burial service after which I i camps, ships or supplies. ,He claims ham's post-war program camps, I camp hospitals n ll'
: I r I we lost World War I at home after the following additional measures:
Capt. Pierson and Capt. Haidy's: I i ; I equipment as shall not be needed,
our young men sacrificed their liveson A LAW' prohibiting the destruc-
s HELD ON SUNDAY brother, S. Sgt. H., D. Hardy, re the battlefield, because we per- tion of battleships, planes, ,militaryeqxiipment to sanitariums and isolation camps.,
:, < ._ moved the flag and presented it to mitted the political hoodlums and or camps; or the sale of I for victims of tuberculosis and thcr> ,

P .; :" __ I the family before the body was low- racketeers to buy this I fine equip- any armament, or supplies to racketeers infections and contagious' diseases.

,:: i Moore Haven Democrat) ered to its final resting place.. ment for junk, while much of it was : or foreign agents. However, The Cunningham Plan would save

,;: Sorrowing friends filled the Methodist -I Pall-beareis were chosen from destroyed outright. Cunningham' the merchant or farmer, as well as upwards of 50,000 human lives annually -
. Church here to overflowing' members of Capt. Hardy's football (maintains that if much of our equipment the cities, counties and states shouldbe at a minimum cost to the tax-

.',:'..,' : Sunday to pay their last respects to 'I' squad while lie was coach in the local and supplies fall into the hands able to lease or purchase such payer.
the first Moore Haven boy to give J high school. They were: Mil-

his life in the service of his ,country, ton Adkins, Sion Stalls, Billy Peep- I

during the present war, Capt. Law-I les, Kenneth Farnam, George. Skinner 1 1i ss&a ;rrf ffgggggg: "E Jr: f!; { .
'- rence Hardy, who was killed and Roy Lundy. I "
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crash of the medium bomber he was
piloting near Memphis Easter Sun-I| Peter J. CunninghamRuns

t"_ 'if", "f day.The. body, of Capt. Hardy was [I For Congress: i : : ,': Political j Rallies

brought to Fort Myers by a military I >
escort, Capt. E. D. Pierson of Hunter Peter J. Cunningham, candidatefor I ,.
Field, Savannah, on Friday of Congress from the newlycreated -i
last week where it was taken in I 6th Congressional District, has' :; Presenting Your Hendry County Candidates ;
charge by the Lawrence Powell been a life-long Democrat-and a ,, : ,
Funeral Home and brought here for firm believer in Jeffersonian prin i '/" T' _
services at three, o'clock Sunday: cipals. He is a Veteran of World : ..
afternoon, the escort remaining with' War I. having volunteered for the I f:. ). FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 8 P. M. FELDAi .

",, .y the body until he assisted with the Army and served for the duration.He : ,-, .
interment in the Ortona Cemetery.A spent his youth on' a farm and I { ; ) ) School. ,Auditorium .

mass of beautiful flowers filled has been engaged in the practice of ';)

the front of the church, the hun law in the City of West Palm Beach:
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dreds of floral offerings attesting tof I for the past twenty years. He I ,, :

the love and affection of the people 1i claims ,that his experience 'as farmer i ',"\ '. School Auditorium
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soldier and lawyer fully quali- ," t: ,, .
of this and 'other communities, for I '
Capt. Hardy, and th flag-draped j fies ''him to represent the New 6th -
Congressional District. \ > SATURDAY APRIL 29 8 ''P. M. LABELLE
casket gave mute testimony that he .. -
had died in his country's service. There are eleven counties in this : .
I ;k+ Grammar School Auditorium 5
'. Rev. ,S. I. Hendrix, pastor of the new district. And Cunningham says ., ( .
... :Methodist Church, officiated, and "he would give every one of these }:: ". ._,

paid a brief but glowing tribute to counties equal and impartial rep- L. Local candidates will be the first speakers. Afterwards;, state 1
Capt. '''Hardy a man, as a soldier, resentation that he 'would representall .
as ;
I' /;% ,candidates present, will be invited to give brief talks. :
as a teacher and as a member of the, people all the time' ,and not :, <: v' : .

his'' ch'urch. The minister noted that just a few people some of the time. ", : '.I, : ,: ',' '.,,'::;; ;,}
in the space of a few short years he'I Cunningham stresses a post-war ; "
had officiated< at his wedding, had 't program of Mosquito Control in connection I ; :; Ii', EVERYBODY WELCOMEj,;: : : .

received him into the church as a with Waterway Improve- :, .
member, had christened his baby I ment. He says that the Cross-State ..

: sdn and at this time was called up- Canal from Ft. Myers to Stuart .

\.;. on to perform the last rites. I should deepened. so" as to permit it Sponsored By
::1 Two selections: were sung by a I Ii' small barges, small freighters and
; male quartet composed of Mack pleasure yachts to navigate' freely The Hendry County Democratic Executive Committee

Greene, H. L. Middleton, Ralph E. thru this waterway. This, he said,

Wood and W. E. Daniel, "Beauti- would materially help every sectionof r '
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":. <; : RULED ''FORM'S :...:j. .. .;. I County, transportation difficulties have prevented my seeing each of you personally.
I still hope to get acquainted with you. but since I am a candidate for the officeof
V. sL'ETTERHEADS' Superintendent of Public Instruction in "Hendry County; in the limited time :
6' : ':tY'" :_;: remaining before election, it is more important that you know me. ;

::_::- I ',",,1fi; ;r:' 1.S.ENVELOPES : I The Beardsley' Family'established their residence in Clewiston in 1927, registered, "
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.:. :: .HANDBILLS ;1<.: ..s'=' : WASHINGTON, D. C., regarding our present residence: ..
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.;. <\\7.v.,:..,." ,.; ', TICKETS ;r.' .l .. ley's intention should be given great weight in determining the ultimate fact.
::: ; : '. ", I. ,i : l' .=: "By moving he did not disturb his business interests and political and social
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.: .. E T C. I would be entirely 'consistent with the finding that Mr. Beardsley's
X:: ; :_: ,: ."" permanent residence remains in 'Hendry County."

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). 'v I :'i '. "On the question of Jim Beardsley's residence,. this leaves us free to conSider -
__ ', .,, Jim as a resident of Hendry County and as a member of the EVER tir
I : : GLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT representing. the counties lying southwest '
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,,..'>; ..: "To all who shall see these presents, greeting: Know Ye, that reposing (, ;
':- ,, special trust 'and confidence in the patriotism, fidelity, and abilities of '" !
: I 9ijality Printing .i ''',:' ', James E. Beardsley, I do appoint him Board :Member Hendry County Local ',.',.;c

., ".'yy-,1--,' Board No. 1. Florida Selective Service System." :\.:.:.,' '!

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:i: PHONE 39 : <: 4 }i.- critical. period our schools need, trained. and experienced: educators ''I received my". _
j ': ,.,"';',' ; degree. from the University of Illinois and have taken graduate work at the Uni-
.. veisity of Florida I have taught fifteen years, all but two of which were in Florida.
I :!:: OUR REPRESENTATIVE f': : During my three years as principal the Clewiston School became a standard school
; 1 .My success with students can be judged by consulting some of my former pupils. I

= J I My four sons attended our local schools, so I have viewed education from the ,
: : ': '(;,: =i= 1 I standpoint of parent as well as teacher. The two oldest, graduates of University
I, of Florida, were commissioned as officers in the U. S. Army; the third, an aviation
y y cadet, enlisted at the close of his junior, year; the fourth is in high school.
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::: LEFTUS, ESTIMATE, ONt :y: '.Close association with teachers through the years has given'me an understanding: : ,
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'"' :I: YOUR, NEXT ORDER _:;: that my professional experience will help me to perform faithfully the duties of ,. ,,'
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and knowing that a deep and sincere desire :.r''
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'"" will,. keep me. ever working for the welfare of the children of' Hendry ;
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night at Courthouse Square, Tampa,
Stuckey Visits \ !and to wind up the week with ap-

Glades and Palm )I l pearances Saturday. In six Polk County cities L I E.X GREEN

Beach CountiesWEST )i' Here, Baker asked:
I "Will you nominate a man whose

PALM BEACH, April 19- I thoughts and energies have been I Government of, by, and for the People
directed in the or
TJ. L. Stuckey, candidate for Con- ', largely political
legal field, in furthering his own ,
gress from the Sixth District, spent HIS COVENANT '
political ambitions? v
(I personal or
several days last week in the Glades
sections of Palm Beach Countj. i I "Or," Baker asked, "will you / 1. Win the war and peace Restore State rights and local self

c'My home-folks in the Pahokee ;r? N a; Government.
following ]-I 2. Equitable and just taxation. No additional tax Economy
Glade sections are
and Belle
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3. and'all
'' economic resources: a man who has Expand and develop Florida's industrial natural
this campaign from every angle, f
known the headaches of a success- resources.
said Stuckey, here last Saturday, j I has !xi / ,.' j9 4. Cheaper automobile license tags.
ful business career; a man who
"and- they are particularly pleased ,:administered public funds faithfullyand I :;. Justice and equality for Industry and Labor-understanding.

with the good reports they: are getting |I who has rendered public. servicein (I. Homestead and other'aid for all war veterans.
from their friends in the f'
the civic field? 7. Definitely $40 per month pension for aged. Cut red tape.
sections of the I i "I tell Florida voters," Baker de- Definitely match Federal funds for blind and dependent
Candidate Stuckey spent last Sat-I and y children. '
clared, "that political f
urclay here reviewing with West |legal knowledge alone willl not sup- 8. liaise salaries of school teachers Health advancement. A '-
Palm Beach supporters the progress j Florida
ply the answers to Florida's future united .
of his campaign in the eleven couu- i probleM This is no time for tricks 9. Carry out recommendations Florida, Continuing Educational,
ties of the District. A recent survey | needed byFlorida's Council.
'and the legal knowledge
of the newspapers in the vari-I governor is supplied by an 10. Build roads. Develop 'commercial aviation. Develop tourist
ous counties revealed that an overwhelming trade.
official state agency. The answers '

their approval percentage by voluntarily are showing using I must come ability from, understanding a -man with commonsense and- } A True And Tried Servant, Of The People \

news stories of the candidate's progress I an unselfish heart. I believe I am Weighed In The Balance] and Found Not WantingThe
"This fine support from the i For
that'man, Baker concluded.
press is most gratifying," said ) --_.- Emergency Is Too Grave for Experiment .
Stuckey, "for11 know the papers are I ..

short of space due to thug war time!| GOVERNOR. Lex -Green Is Qualified, Experienced and Worthy To

rationing of newsprint." j FDR daI -: Serve As Governor

Farmers and business men alike. .
throughout the District, have been | I hope Americanswill Experienced Worthy HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH AND HE WILL KEEP

especially attracted to Stuckey's i I figure out for FAITH WITH YOU
themselves addi- Qualified Sincere
candidacy through his long time I .
aggressive activity with the Florida I| tional payroll savings _\-,," \ -Paid Political Adv.
Vegetable Committee in its fightto ...,
remove ceiling prices on fresh I I I .

vegetables. Already some success "
has been attained and Mr. Stuckey I, .. : ,, .- ..

has stated that he will continue the I : Johnson's Fish Camp gu- ',:, .. :.;<,, j ; :7' "/ <;
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fight in Congress should he be '" : "
'elected. : (Near Hurricane Gate) } .

"This thing of a bunch of, so- I Ii Clewiston, Fla. ,

called experts, who wouldn't knowa II Boats and Motors-Guide Service '. .'
tomato plant if they saw one, set ': Rates Reasonable :,". ,. ';J J,: .n '
ting up rules and regulations as to ,: W. H. Johnson, Mgr '. ,tJ y 1" ,
fresh vegetable ceiling prices is a ;: ;;

farce" said. Mr.. Stuckey. "The ':, '-- "_',' ., 0> : .-- ,',.t .:.,.. .r" ,.
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crops are too uncertain, and too ADVEIlTISEMnXTSOUTH ,
subject to natural conditions' that FLORIDA DISTRICTTO CONSKUVAXCY

cannot be determined in advance."

Stuckey is campaigning this weekin WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: \ a
East coast counties and will work Take notice that pursuant to House f/ A
Bill No. 1122, passed by the Legislatureof
of his West Palm Beach head- I ---- -
out the State of Florida, during the 1941 t -- -- -- I
quarters. !i! I session, the Board of Supervisors of
the South Florida Conservancy Districthas < e.gs bea ar1g y
caused to be prepared a budget of /
the bond requirements and of the
ED BAKER URGES maintenance requirements of the South
Florida Conservancy District for the "
"PICK THE MAN year beginning the 1st day of 'November ;,,::_, ',.1
1944, and ending the 31st day of ;
,October, 1945, said budget among other ; :\:
NOT THE PLAN"JACKSONVILLE I things shows the amount of debt ser- :
I vice' tax and the amount of maintenance Jlo. .
tax per acre necessary to be levied ,. .
upon the lands within said District for I 0"-
April 20 .
the year 1944, which budget has been 4k4 "'"'; "
Pointing out the similarity of plat- .completed and presented to the said ..
I I Board and placed on file in the office -Y
forms' of the several gubernatorial iof the Secretary of the said District
candidates, Senator Ed Baker of I land the same may be examined at the :: ; r ': ,
said office; that the Board of Supervisors -
TJmatilla, himself a candidate, declared will meet at 10:00 o'clock A. M. -
here that "the only important I Friday, May 5, A. D. 1944, at the office'
I lof the South Florida Distract
Conservancy -
thing to be considered by the votersis in ,
i Belle Glade Florida and from
the choice of man to administer 'day to day thereafter as may be necessary .1
for the purpose of hearing ob-
programs sound-thinking Flor-
every jections, and'complaints concerning
idian knows must be carried out." said budget.
Dated this 7th day of April, A. D. N
Baker, a state civic and fraternal 1944.SOUTH HAM.ILTO

leader who until January was, for DISTRICTBy FLORIDA CONSERVANCY

10 years, superintendent of the R. Y. PATTERSON, ,
Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Chairman of the Board of "
Home, is scheduled to speak: Friday I, No. 54-April Supervisors.14 and 21. .

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::_;: Who stirred up the race question. .?' :','\'\. + ", ,.-. resources will merit your important vote and confidence.

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is responsible ';" -
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ruinous ceilings on fruits and vegetables? :
:: Office the Man
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knocked out
the White
Primary? :i: ,"
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'_.: Who proposes to rebuild Europe With American resources :i: .. '-
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greatest national
f debt of all time? .:.
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?i 1\1. D. CA111L1CHAEL IS the only candidate for c.ongrcsho has :):.
declared himself
i on the above propositions in his printed platform. .y. Congressman .4


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